A Framework For Perceptual Studies In Photorealistic Augmented Reality

Martin Knecht, Andreas D√ľnser, Christoph Traxler, Michael Wimmer, Raphael Grasset
A Framework For Perceptual Studies In Photorealistic Augmented Reality
In Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE VR 2011 Workshop on Perceptual Illusions in Virtual Environments, pages 27-32. March 2011.
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Abstract

In photorealistic augmented reality virtual objects are integrated in the real world in a seamless visual manner. To obtain a perfect visual augmentation these objects must be rendered indistinguishable from real objects and should be perceived as such. In this paper we propose a research test bed framework to study the different unresolved perceptual issues in photorealistic augmented reality and its application to different disciplines. The framework computes a global illumination approximation in real-time and therefore leverages a new class of experimental research topics.

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image: This image shows the augmented scene of our experiment including shadows and color bleeding image: This image shows the augmented scene of our experiment including shadows and color bleeding
image1: Shows the green box and the markers for hand tracking image1: Shows the green box and the markers for hand tracking
image2: Shows a participant performing the experiment image2: Shows a participant performing the experiment
image3: Shows the three different rendering modes image3: Shows the three different rendering modes

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@inproceedings{knecht_martin-2011-FPSPAR,
  title =      "A Framework For Perceptual Studies In Photorealistic
               Augmented Reality",
  author =     "Martin Knecht and Andreas D\"{u}nser and Christoph Traxler
               and Michael Wimmer and Raphael Grasset",
  year =       "2011",
  abstract =   "In photorealistic augmented reality virtual objects are
               integrated in the real world in a seamless visual manner. To
               obtain a perfect visual augmentation these objects must be
               rendered indistinguishable from real objects and should be
               perceived as such. In this paper we propose a research test
               bed framework to study the different unresolved perceptual
               issues in photorealistic augmented reality and its
               application to different disciplines. The framework computes
               a global illumination approximation in real-time and
               therefore leverages a new class of experimental research
               topics.",
  month =      mar,
  booktitle =  "Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE VR 2011 Workshop on Perceptual
               Illusions in Virtual Environments",
  editor =     "Frank Steinicke, Pete Willemsen",
  location =   "Singapore",
  pages =      "27--32",
  keywords =   "photorealistic augmented reality, real-time global
               illumination, human perception",
  URL =        "https://www.cg.tuwien.ac.at/research/publications/2011/knecht_martin-2011-FPSPAR/",
}