GSCT UVR LAB.
UVR Lab. was formed in Feb. 2001 at GIST to study and develop “Virtual Reality in Smart computing environments” that process multimodal input, perceive user’s intention and emotion, and respond to user’s request through Augmented Reality. Since 2012, UVR Lab moved to KAIST GSCT and restarted with a theme of “FUN in Ubiquitous VR.”
 
작성일 : 17-10-09
[ARRC] 제12회 KAIST 증강현실연구센터(ARRC) 콜로키움
 글쓴이 : UVR
조회 : 16  

KAIST KI-ITC 증강현실연구센터(ARRC)에서 제12회 증강현실연구센터 콜로키움을 아래와 같이 개최하였습니다.

 

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■ 주제: Requirements and Recent Directions in Augmented Reality Visualization

 

■ 연사: Gerard Jounghyun Kim, Professor Korea University

 

■ 일시: 2017년 9월 7일 (오후 4

 

■ 장소: KAIST KI 교수회의실

 

■ 주관: KAIST KI-ITC 증강현실연구센터(ARRC)

 

■ 후원대한전자공학회 컴퓨터소사이어티 증강휴먼연구회

 

■ 요약 :

The field of information visualization studies the interactive visual representations of data to reinforce human cognition, thereby facilitate the discovery of new tacit knowledge and even amplify human intelligence. Augmented reality (AR) shares the same objective and it can be treated as one particular form of information visualization where the data are both the real objects and the augmentations for them. As such, it presents a unique set of problems within the general requirements for an effective information visualization method. In this talk, I will first outline and put forth four main requirements for AR visualization, namely, (1) naturalness, (2) visibility (3) persistance/stability and (4) glass/hmd ergonomics. Then I will present a short survey of the existing AR visualization techniques and characterize them by their attributes and categorize them in terms of how they satisfy or address the proposed requirements. Finally, I will also introduce some of my own on-going research work in this area, specifically, for real time contrast adjustment for mobile augmented reality, usability with glasses, augmentation data organization, and multimodal AR data presentation. I hope that this work can instigate and shed some light on the future directions for further research in AR visualization techniques.


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