Tag Archives: Augmented Reality
18
Nov

PTAM on GitHub

The PTAM (Parallel Tracking and Mapping) source code has been rereleased under the GPLv3 licence. It is available on GitHub here. Go ahead and fork it. If you require a closed source proprietary licence, one can be obtained from Isis Innovation. Please contact Roy Azoulay for more information. Currently only the original source code is […]

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15
May

SLAM Tank

A SLAM based real-time markerless augmented reality system for iOS devices. This demo of the “X-Ray Vision tank” shown at Augmented Reality Event 2012 catches Will Wright, Bruce Sterling, Mark Billinghurst, and Daniel Suarez with their “pants down”. The tank can also be witnessed on Minesta street in New York City, showcasing the coming revolution […]

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13
Aug

TagAR

TagAR is a real-time markerless augmented reality system for Windows tablets. I developed the successor to PTAMM while at 2d3 Ltd. as part of an MOD funded project. TagAR contains the PTAMM core but has significant refactoring to the threading and graphics. TagAR runs at 30Hz on a Windows tablet with an Intel HD graphics […]

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13
Aug

Object PTAMM

This work extends the PTAMM system to allow multiple objects to be recognized and localized within multiple maps. As the user explores, the system automatically recognizes, reconstructs and localizes known objects. AR relating to the objects is shown on the user’s display.

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13
Aug

PTAMM

Parallel Tracking and Multiple Mapping (PTAMM) is a markerless augmented reality application based on PTAM (Parallel Tracking and Mapping). The system tracks natural features in real time, calculating their and the camera‚Äôs 3D location and pose. Using this 3D information augmented reality graphics can be overlaid on the video image. Multiple maps can be made […]

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21
Jun

Two new journal articles

Two new journal articles have been added. The first, Wide-area Augmented Reality using Camera Tracking and Mapping in Multiple Regions, covers PTAMM, and the second, Keyframe-based recognition and localization during video-rate parallel tracking and mapping, covers PTAMM with planar object recognition.

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