InAR:Inverse Augmented Reality

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PubDate: Aug 2015

Teams: Shan-Dong University;Chinese Academy of Sciences

Writers: Hao Hu, Hainan Cui

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Augmented reality is the art to seamlessly fuse virtual objects into real ones. In this short note, we address the opposite problem, the inverse augmented reality, that is, given a perfectly augmented reality scene where human is unable to distinguish real objects from virtual ones, how the machine could help do the job. We show by structure from motion (SFM), a simple 3D reconstruction technique from images in computer vision, the real and virtual objects can be easily separated in the reconstructed 3D scene.

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