Publisher : The Computational Structural Engineering Institute
DOI : 10.7734/COSEIK.2015.28.6.599
Title & Authors
A Study on Parallax Registration for User Location on the Transparent Display using the Kinect Sensor Nam, Byeong-Wook; Lee, Kyung-Ho; Lee, Jung-Min; Wu, Yuepeng;
International Hydrographic Organization(IHO) adopted standard S-100 as the international standard Geographic Information System(GIS) that can be generally used in the maritime sector. Accordingly, the next-generation system to support navigation information based on GIS standard technology has being developed. AR based navigation information system that supported navigation by overlapping navigation information on the CCTV image has currently being developed. In this study, we considered the application of a transparent display as a method to support efficiently this system. When a transparent display applied, the image distortion caused by using a wide-angle lens for parallax secure, and the disc s, and demonstrated the applicability of the technology by developing a prototype.
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