Smart interface for reshaping photos in 3D

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In this work we present an interactive prototype for an interface that supports the interaction with virtual objects integrated in a real life scenario. The user can reshape or re-design a real space with virtual objects using several pictures of the desired space. The images are analyzed for known features such as surfaces, edges, floor location and room orientation. Using these elements, it is possible to devise an augmented reality system where the user can add virtual objects to the scenario. The smart interface attaches the objects to the scene elements (e.g., floor) automatically. The current demo loads images from user files or takes a snapshot directly from the camera. The high-level features are automatically detected, but can be manually adjusted. A use-case example of an augmented reality application is presented.
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Title of host publicationIUI '12
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2012
EventInteligent User Interfaces - IUI -
Duration: 1 Jan 2012 → …


ConferenceInteligent User Interfaces - IUI
Period1/01/12 → …

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