Augmented Reality and Perception of Analogue and Digital Images and Maps†
AbstractThe idea of combining information from a database with information derived directly through the senses is termed augmented reality. Augmented reality (AR) is that organically, in real-time and dynamically overlaying virtual images created by computers and other information on real environment which the observer sees. And when the observer moves in real environment, virtual information changes according to the movement, just like those virtual information truly exists in real world. AR is used with the mobile devices with GPS and WiFi connections. The user gives the system information to identify the desired destination, and the system then generates sufficient information. The disadvantages reveal themselves when there is no WiFi connection or there is no space in the storage of mobile device to maintain the image of the whole map. Then the traditional ways of recognition of localization must be used, most often with analogue (paper) map or image. The presentation of coding of some data and metadata on an image or a map (both in digital and analogue form) permits inter alia the inclusion of e.g., paper map or analogue image into the chain of digital devices use. Some solutions, remarks and comments concerning functioning of the digitally augmented (printed) map within the information society are presented.
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Werner, P.A. Augmented Reality and Perception of Analogue and Digital Images and Maps. Proceedings 2017, 1, 56.
Werner PA. Augmented Reality and Perception of Analogue and Digital Images and Maps. Proceedings. 2017; 1(3):56.Chicago/Turabian Style
Werner, Piotr A. 2017. "Augmented Reality and Perception of Analogue and Digital Images and Maps." Proceedings 1, no. 3: 56.
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