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.”
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Depth-assisted Real-time 3D Object Detection for Augmented Reality
Uploaded by GIST CTI on Nov. 9, 2011   This video demonstrates our work published in ICAT 2011 conference. We combine RGB information with 3D depth information for robust target object detection under difficult situations, such as varying lighting conditions, poor textures, and scale dif…
2012-04-09
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Interactive Annotation on Mobile Phones for Real and Virtual Space Registration
Uploaded by GIST CTI on Nov. 9, 2011  
2012-04-09
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Wearable AR menus on three focusable elements
Uploaded by GIST CTI on Aug. 4, 2011   For efficient system control, locating menus is vital. Based on previous relevant work, we determine display-, manipulator- and target-referenced menu placement according to focusable elements within a wearable augmented reality system. Also, we imp…
2012-04-09
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Stroke-based ROI Detection Algorithm for In-situ Painting Recognition
Uploaded by GIST CTI on Aug. 4, 2011   This work was presented through the conference HCI International 2011.Paper Info.: Youngkyoon Jang, Woontack Woo, "A Stroke-based Semi-automatic ROI Detection Algorithm for In-Situ Painting Recognition", HCII2011 (Virtual and Mixed Reality, Part II)…
2012-04-09
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Keyframe-based Modeling and Tracking of Multiple 3D Objects
Uploaded by GIST CTI on Nov. 8, 2010   We propose a real-time solution for modeling and tracking multiple 3D objects in unknown environments.   Our contribution is two-fold:   First, we show how to scale with the number of objects. This is done by combining recent techniq…
2012-04-09
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Digilog book - 조선의 과학기술
Uploaded by GIST CTI on Oct. 25, 2010   Digilog Book Series 2 We implemented "Digilog Book" by using our maker-less tracking method. As shown in the video, we overlaid 3D models onto each page to provide Augmented Reality experience to users. The system worked in real-time; more than 30 …
2012-04-09
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Point-and-Shoot for Ubiquitous Tagging
Uploaded by GIST CTI on Aug. 23, 2010   This video demonstrated our online patch learning & detection algorithm proposed in our ISMAR 2010 paper: W. Lee, Y. Park, V. Lepetit, W.Woo, "Point-and-Shoot for Ubiquitous Tagging on Mobile Phones," International Symposium on Mixed and Augmen…
2012-04-09
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AR Toy Car Making: Tangible Cube Interface based Screw-driving interaction
Uploaded by GIST CTI on May 6, 2010   Screw-Driving (SD) technique is based on the real world condition where two or more real objects are joined together using a screw and screw-driver. If a person turns the screw-driver clockwise, the two target objects are fastened, while a counterclo…
2012-04-09
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Semi-automatic ROI detection on a touch-screen mobile phone
Uploaded by GIST CTI on May 3, 2010   Description: This demo clip shows a semi-automatic ROI detection method. In general, touch screen of mobile phone does not provide accurate touch points sensing performance in technical manner. Moreover, most of mobile phone does not provide sufficie…
2012-04-09
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Digilog Book
Uploaded by GIST CTI on Mar. 22, 2010   We implemented "Digilog Book" by using our maker-less tracking method. As shown in the video, we overlaid 3D models onto each page to provide Augmented Reality experience to users. The system worked in real-time; more than 30 fps in modern PCs or l…
2012-04-09
 
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