Context-of-Interest driven Trans-Space Convergence for Spatial Co-presence
|학술대회명||Human-Computer Interaction International(HCII) 2013||개최연월||2013-07|
|저자||Hyeongmook Lee1, Taejin Ha1, Seungtak Noh1, and Woontack Woo1|
In this paper, we propose a Trans-Space convergence system that ex-ploits realistic 3D remote collaboration with spatial co-presence by using aug-mented reality technology.
To experience it, we define two major enabling technologies: 1) Context-of-Interest(CoI) based Trans-Space registration and selective augmentation and 2) augmented object interaction for realistic collab-oration. Through these technologies, a user wearing augmented reality(AR) glasses can naturally experience remote collaboration with spatial co-presence while moving in space. We implemented a prototype of the Trans-Space for a preliminary test experiencing spatial co-presence in an indoor environment. With an assumption that a common physical CoI is in each space, a distant mir-ror space can be conveniently linked with real user’s mirror space and they are merged together as a Trans-Space. Through the proposed convergence system, a human’s co-presence experience can be enlarged by selectively context shar-ing and effectively spatial interaction between remote mirror spaces.
We expect this is applicable to AR-based time/space transcended smart applications, such as the next generation of experimental education, training, medical surgery, and entertainment.
|키워드||Context-of-Interest, Trans-Space, augmented reality, spatial co-presence.|
|과제명||HMD 착용 사용자 간 사실적 손-증강 객체 상호작용을 지원하는 관심 객체 기반 4D+ 확장공간 컨버전스 기술|