Laser Pointer Tracking in Projector-Augmented Architectural Environments

Kurz, Daniel; Häntsch, Ferry; Grosse, Max; Schiewe, Alexander; Bimber, Oliver GND

We present a system that applies a custom-built pan-tilt-zoom camera for laser-pointer tracking in arbitrary real environments. Once placed in a building environment, it carries out a fully automatic self-registration, registrations of projectors, and sampling of surface parameters, such as geometry and reflectivity. After these steps, it can be used for tracking a laser spot on the surface as well as an LED marker in 3D space, using inter-playing fisheye context and controllable detail cameras. The captured surface information can be used for masking out areas that are critical to laser-pointer tracking, and for guiding geometric and radiometric image correction techniques that enable a projector-based augmentation on arbitrary surfaces. We describe a distributed software framework that couples laser-pointer tracking for interaction, projector-based AR as well as video see-through AR for visualizations with the domain specific functionality of existing desktop tools for architectural planning, simulation and building surveying.

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Kurz, Daniel / Häntsch, Ferry / Grosse, Max / et al: Laser Pointer Tracking in Projector-Augmented Architectural Environments. 2007.

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