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Development of a Software Framework for a Networked Wearable Augmented Reality System

Daisuke Takada, The First International Conference on Ubiquitous Information Management and Communication, pp. 206-215, Feb. 2007.

Abstract

We have been researching a software framework to facilitate the development of a networked wearable augmented reality (AR) system. We developed the simple toolkit to provide three fundamental functionalities: database management, communication, and rendering. We then improved the communication functionality further and developed a dynamic priority control technique for filtering AR annotations. This technique is able to give higher priority to the more necessary annotations according to a user’s position and the angular velocity of the viewing direction. (pdf file)

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