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 Title & Authors
Image Analysis Module for AR-based Navigation Information Display
Lee, Jung-Min; Lee, Kyung-Ho; Kim, Dae-Seok;
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 Abstract
This paper suggests a navigation information display system that is based on augmented reality technology. A navigator always has to confirm the information from marine electronic navigation devices and then compare it with the view of targets outside the windows. This "head down" posture causes discomfort and sometimes near accidents such as collisions or missing objects, because he or she cannot keep an eye on the front view of the windows. Augmented reality can display both virtual and real information in a single display. Therefore, we attempted to adapt AR technology to assist navigators. To analyze the outside view of the bridge window, various computer image processing techniques are required because the sea surface has many noises that disturb computer image processing for object detection, such as waves, wakes, light reflection, and so on. In this study, we investigated an analysis module to extract navigational information from images that are captured by a CCTV camera, and we validated our prototype.
 Keywords
Augmented reality;e-Navigation;Navigation information;
 Language
Korean
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한국전산구조공학회논문집, 2015. vol.28. 6, pp.599-606 crossref(new window)
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