Local context based recognition + internet of things: complementary infrastructures for future generic mixed reality space

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PubDate: November 2015

Teams: Korea University

Writers: Dongsik Jo;Gerard Jounghyun Kim

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Abstract

The “Internet of Things (IoT)” is one of the most promising emerging technologies today. IoT refers to the concept of, if not all, many everyday objects possessing information processing power and network connectivity from which personal and context based services can be derived collectively [Perera et al, 2014]. Any useful and successful service will require on an effective and usable means for interaction, and Augmented Reality (AR) has been touted as one such ideal method. One difficulty with the proliferation of the AR technology (and associated services) is with the provision of large scale and usable contents. Useful contents and services often require recognition and tracking of a very high number of objects, and as the target objects and respective services increase, so will data redundancy and error.

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