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Game Transformation from Non-Augmented Reality to Augmented Reality

  • Tan, Chin-Tong;Hwang, Gi-Hyun;Kang, Dae-Ki
    • Journal of information and communication convergence engineering
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    • v.9 no.5
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    • pp.619-623
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    • 2011
  • The evolution of technology has lead gaming playable in augmented reality and more games are developed only for augmented reality. There are mainly no supportive reasons for game designed in non-augmented reality and transforms to augmented reality. Genre of game played in augmented reality is always one of the defined game genres. In this paper, transformation process and effects of mobile games to augmented reality is discussed. Augmented reality game is recommended for mobile devices due to its portability. Modification for mobile games transformation including way of game rendering, game controlling, camera view controlling and game environment design are discussed. User experience is affected after the game transformed to augmented reality because of the differences in game controlling. The presence of game in real world is increased due to the usage of actual view in game playing.

A Case Study on Augmented Reality Advertisement using Visual Interface Effect and Spatial Expression (시각인터페이스적용효과 및 공간표현을 활용한 증강현실광고 사례연구)

  • Jin, Zhuo;Jang, Chunggun
    • Journal of Korea Multimedia Society
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    • v.22 no.5
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    • pp.626-637
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    • 2019
  • Due to the rapid development of computer and digital technologies, those technologies were used in advertising. In order to meet the needs of marketing, a virtual space or character using 3D graphic augmented reality technology was developed and applied to advertisement. This study analyzed the characteristics of augmented reality in terms of interface design and spatial expression of augmented reality through case study. Firstly, we wanted to find the relationship between the types of the augmented reality advertisement and interface effects. Secondly, we wanted to find the spatial expression methods. The sample survey case studies based on 42 articles from 2012 to 2018 using Chinese and Korean site sharing augmented reality advertisement. The results of the case studies were divided into two parts. Firstly, the relationship between augmented reality types and interface effects were found basing on the augmented reality index. It means that the augmented reality index can be illustrated by using the augmented reality type. Simultaneously, the augmented reality type can be illustrated using the interface effect. The second part was that the types of display were used as a spatial representation. And the results showed that mobile display and public place display were the most frequently used.

Development of Digilog-type Contents using Augmented Reality

  • Lee, Sang-Hyun
    • International Journal of Advanced Culture Technology
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    • v.7 no.3
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    • pp.126-133
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    • 2019
  • Recently, the development of ICT technology and the spread of smart devices have been applied to various industries using real world and augmented reality technologies. Currently, smartphone photography programs are always using fixed content. Augmented reality technology was used to capture the new concept and real-time situational picture of the young generation. Photographing technology using such augmented reality can cope with various concepts and the position and pose of the user. This paper aims to develop photography contents using augmented reality. In this paper, using augmented reality, combining past photographs with real world, and developing content that can be photographed are reviewed.

Development Trends of Mobile Augmented Reality Game Platform and User Interface (모바일 증강 현실 게임 플랫폼 및 UI 기술 개발 동향)

  • Kim, Ji-Eun;Lee, Hun-Joo
    • Journal of Korea Game Society
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    • v.17 no.6
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    • pp.7-18
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    • 2017
  • This year, global IT companies such as Google, Apple, and Facebook launched a mobile augmented reality platform. Existing augmented reality technology required a special device such as AR glass or tango phone, but now it will be easy to experience augmented reality in general Android phone and iPhone. The mobile augmented reality game market, which has been attracting interest since the Pokemon game, is expected to become more active. In this article, we introduce augmented reality platforms technology for mobile augmented reality game and mobile augmented reality games including ETRI prototype centered on user interface.

An Effects of Experience Economy for Accepting Knowledge Based Mobile Augmented Reality : Hedonic Information System Perspective (체험경제요인이 지식기반 모바일 증강현실의 수용에 미치는 영향 : 쾌락적 정보시스템 관점)

  • Chung, Namho;Lee, Hyunae;Koo, Chulmo
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.14 no.5
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    • pp.121-136
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    • 2013
  • Augmented reality, which has recently drawn great attention, has along history in technical terms. However, the latest emergence of mobile augmented reality using smartphones is allowing people to access augmented reality more easily and faster than ever. However, a review of existing studies shows that most of them have focused on the technical realization of augmented reality, whereas few studies have dealt with how users perceive augmented reality. For users, augmented reality is a means of knowledge transfer, which enables the experience of more abundant reality by providing additional informatio nsources to objects or landscapes. There fore, the element of experience must be considered for the perception of users. In addition, the current augmented reality technology certainly provides users with more fun than any other existing technologies. In this regard, this study intended to divided experiences not only into sensory experiences, but also into entertainment, educational, escapist, and esthetic experiences based on the experience economy theory suggested by Pine and Gilmore(1998). Moreover, this study intended to examine whether mobile augmented reality applications, which are highly popular as a means of the experience economy, influence the usefulness, convenience, and enjoyment perceived by users, and to identify which of these cognitive elements influence usage intentions.

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Development of a software based calibration system for automobile assembly system oriented AR (자동차 조립시스템 지향 AR을 위한 소프트웨어 기반의 캘리브레이션 시스템 개발)

  • Park, Jin-Woo;Park, Hong-Seok
    • Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering
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    • v.17 no.1
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    • pp.35-44
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    • 2012
  • Many automobile manufacturers are doing experiment on manufacturing environments by using an augmented reality technology. However, system layout and process simulation by using the virtual reality technology have been performed actively more than by using the augmented reality technology in practical use so far. Existing automobile assembly by using the augmented reality requires the precise calibrating work after setting the robot because the existing augmented reality system for the automobile assembly system configuration does not include the end tip deflection and the robot joints deflection due to the heavy weight of product and gripper. Because the robot is used mostly at the automobile assembly, the deflection problem of the robot joint and the product in the existing augmented reality system need to be improved. Moreover camera lens calibration has to be performed precisely to use augmented reality. In order to improve this problem, this paper introduces a method of the software based calibration to apply the augmented reality effectively to the automobile assembly system. On the other hand, the camera lens calibration module and the direct compensation module of the virtual object displacement for the augmented reality were designed and implemented. Furthermore, the developed automobile assembly system oriented AR-system was verified by the practical test.

Exploring the Possibility of Applying the Integrated Teaching and Learning Method based on AR for Environmental Education for Young Children (유아 대상 환경교육을 위한 증강현실 기반 통합교수학습방법 적용 가능성 탐색)

  • Kim, Insook;Jo, Yumi;Ko, Hyeyoung
    • Journal of Korea Multimedia Society
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    • v.22 no.8
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    • pp.950-959
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    • 2019
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of integrated teaching and learning method using augmented reality for effective promotion of child - friendly attitude and environmental preservation attitude and explored its applicability. For this purpose, based on the augmented reality fairy tale, we designed an experience - oriented integrated teaching and learning method such as reading book, story - telling, drawing, environmental conservation practice activity. The experimental group was divided into two groups: augmented reality reading fairy tales (A) and children's book reading fairy tales (B). First, interest, immersion, and empathy were higher in the application environment of integrated learning teaching method based on Augmented Reality. Second, there was no difference between the two groups in content understanding. Third, in terms of expressiveness, it was verified that various expressions were expressed in the applying environment of the integrated teaching - learning method based on augmented reality through drawing activities. Fourth, in practice activities, more students were practicing in the augmented reality - based integrated teaching - learning method applied environment, and the number of practice activities of individual students was also confirmed. This study suggests that the application of the integrated teaching and learning method can enhance the effect of education when using the smart teaching media using the augmented reality in early childhood education.

Development of Immersive Augmented Reality interface for Minimally Invasive Surgery (증강현실 기반의 최소침습수술용 인터페이스의 개발)

  • Moon, Jin-Ki;Park, Shin-Suk;Kim, Eugene;Kim, Jin-Wook
    • The Journal of Korea Robotics Society
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    • v.3 no.1
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    • pp.58-67
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    • 2008
  • This study developed a novel augmented reality interface for minimally invasive surgery. The augmented reality technique can alleviate the sensory feedback problem inherent to laparoscopic surgery. An augmented reality system merges real laparoscope image and reconstructed 3D patient model based on diagnostic medical image such as CT, MRI data. By using reconstructed 3D patient model, AR interface could express structure of patient body that is invisible outside visual field of laparoscope. Therefore, an augmented reality system improved sight information of limited laparoscope. In our augmented reality system, the laparoscopic view is located at the center of a wide-angle concave screen and reconstructed 3D patient model is displayed outside the laparoscope. By using a joystick, the laparoscopic view and the reconstructed 3D patient model view are changed concurrently. With our augmented reality system, the surgeon can see the peritoneal cavity from a wide angle of view, without having to move the laparoscope. Since the concave screen serves immersive environments, the surgeon can feel as if she is in the patient body. For these reasons, a surgeon can recognize easily depth information about inner parts of patient and position information of surgical instruments without laparoscope motion. It is possible for surgeon to manipulate surgical instruments more exact and fast. Therefore immersive augmented reality interface for minimally invasive surgery will reduce bodily, environmental load of a surgeon and increase efficiency of MIS.

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Multi-scale 3D Panor ama Content Augmented System using Depth-map

  • Kim, Cheeyong;Kim, Eung-Kon;Kim, Jong-Chan
    • Journal of Korea Multimedia Society
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    • v.17 no.6
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    • pp.733-740
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    • 2014
  • With the development and spread of 3D display, users can easily experience an augmented reality with 3D features. Therefore, the demand for content of an augmented reality is exponentially growing in various fields. A traditional augmented reality environment was generally created by CG(Computer Graphics) modelling production tools. However, this method takes too much time and efforts to create an augmented environment. To create an augmented environment similar to the real world, everything in the real world should be measured, gone through modeling, and located in an augmented environment. But the time and efforts spent in the creation don't produce the same environment as the real world, making it hard for users to feel the sense of reality. In this study, multi-scale 3D panorama content augmented system is suggested by using a depth-map. By finding matching features from images to add 3D features to an augmented environment, a depth-map is derived and embodied as panorama, producing high-quality augmented content system with a sense of reality. With this study, limits of 2D panorama technologies will be overcome and a sense of reality and immersion will be provided to users with a natural navigation.