InAR:Inverse Augmented Reality
PubDate: Aug 2015
Teams: Shan-Dong University；Chinese Academy of Sciences
Writers: Hao Hu, Hainan Cui
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.