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A Proposal of a Mobile Augmented Reality Service Model based on Street Data, and its Implementation
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A Proposal of a Mobile Augmented Reality Service Model based on Street Data, and its Implementation
Lee, Jeong Hwan; Lee, Jun; Kwon, Yong Jin;
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 Abstract
The popularity of smart devices and Location Based Services (LBSes) is increasing in part due to users demand for personalized information associated with their location. These services provide intuitive and realistic information by adopting Augmented Reality (AR) technology. This technology utilizes various sensors embedded in the mobile devices. However, these services have inherent problems due to the devices small screen size and the complexity of the real world environment; overlapping content on a small screen and placing icons without considering the user's possible movement. In order to solve these problems, this paper proposes a Mobile Augmented Reality Model with the application of Street Data. The model consists of two layers: "Real Space" and "Information Space". In the model, a user creates a query by scanning the nearby street with a camera in real space and searches accessible content along the street through the use of the information space. Furthermore, the results are placed on both sides of the street to solve the issue of Overlapping. Also, the proposed model is implemented for region "Aenigol", and the efficiency and usefulness of the model are verified.
 Keywords
Mobile Augmented Reality;Location Based Services;Street Data;
 Language
Korean
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