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2013.12.02

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Ubiquitous, dynamic inclusion and fusion of tracking data from various sources

for mobile AR applications in 乬AR-ready environments乭

 

島墘幰丗 Gudrun Klinker 嫵庼  Technische Universität München (儈儏儞僿儞岺壢戝妛)

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With augmented reality becoming increasingly mobile, the need for ubiquitously available and flexibly configurable tracking services is becoming more and more urgent. At TU Munich we envision AR-ready environments that offer stationary tracking resources – to be fused on mobile devices with their own, built-in tracking facilities, depending on availability and application requirements. The talk will describe the underlying principles and capabilities of the Ubitrack system that is being developed in Munich.

 

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Prof. Gudrun Klinker, Ph.D. studied computer science (informatics) at the Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen, Universität Hamburg (Diplom) and Carnegie-Mellon University (Ph.D.) in Pittsburgh, PA, USA, focusing on a physical approach to color computer vision. In 1989, she joined the Cambridge Research laboratory of Digital Equipment Corporation in Boston, MA, working in the visualization group on the development of a reusable tele-collaborative data exploration environment to analyze and visualize 3D and higher-dimensional data in medical and industrial applications. Since 1995, she has been researching various aspects of the newly emerging concept of Augmented Reality, first at the European Computer-industry Research Center, then at the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics, and since 2000 at the Technical University of Munich. Here, her research focus lies on developing approaches to ubiquitous augmented reality that lend themselves to realistic industrial applications.

 

Prof. Klinker is one of the co-founders of the International Symposium of Augmented Reality (ISMAR). She has served on numerous program committees such as VR, VRST, 3DUI, and UIST. She is author and co-author of more than 100 reviewed scientific publications.

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