Real-time augmented face

This real-time augmented reality demonstration relies on our tracking algorithm described in V. Lepetit et al (2003). This algorithm considers natural feature points, and then does not require engineering of the environment. It merges the information from preceding frames in traditional recursive tracking fashion with that provided by a very limited number of reference frames. This combination results in a system that does not suffer from jitter and drift, and can deal with drastic changes. The tracker recovers the full 3D pose of the tracked object, allowing insertion of 3D virtual objects for augmented reality applications


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International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality
Year:
2003
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