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 Title & Authors
GPS-based 3D View Augmented Reality System for Smart Mobile Devices
Vo, Phuc; Choi, Chang Yeol;
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 Abstract
Recently, augmented reality has been proved immensely useful on a day to day basis when tied with location-based technology. In this paper, we present a new method for displaying augmented reality contents on mobile devices. We add 3D models on the view of the camera and use location-based services, motion sensors to calculate the transformation of models. Instead of remaining at a fixed position on camera view while moving around a 3D model, the model rotates on display in the opposite direction that the user is walking. We also design client as a ubiquitous client to reduce constraints on disk space and memory capacity on mobile devices. Implementation results show effective use in creating GPS-based 3D view augmented reality contents for Smart Mobile Devices.
 Keywords
Augmented Reality;Location-based;Positioning;3D Transformation;Mobile Sensors;
 Language
English
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