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Smart Localization Using a New Sensor Association Framework for Outdoor Augmented Reality Systems

Abstract : Augmented Reality (AR) aims at enhancing our the real world, by adding fictitious elements that are not perceptible naturally such as: computer-generated images, virtual objects, texts, symbols, graphics, sounds, and smells. The quality of the real/virtual registration depends mainly on the accuracy of the 3D camera pose estimation. In this paper, we present an original real-time localization system for outdoor AR which combines three heterogeneous sensors: a camera, a GPS, and an inertial sensor. The proposed system is subdivided into two modules: the main module is vision based; it estimates the user's location using a markerless tracking method.When the visual tracking fails, the systemswitches automatically to the secondary localization module composed of the GPS and the inertial sensor.
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Fakhr-Eddine Ababsa, Imane Zendjebil, Jean-Yves Didier, Malik Mallem. Smart Localization Using a New Sensor Association Framework for Outdoor Augmented Reality Systems. Journal of Robotics, 2012, pp.634758. ⟨10.1155/2012/634758⟩. ⟨hal-00782856⟩

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