Augmented reality projects virtual data into the physical real world, expanding people's perception and interaction from the digital space to the physical world. With advanced computer vision techniques, available online data, and multiple sensors, more creative and interesting AR applications are possible to be developed. Our project focuses on practical mobile augmented reality applications running on wearable devices, such as Google Glass, to supply a hand-free user experience. Augmented user interface is paired to the physical objects to offer a ubiquitous interaction with objects in the real world.
UROP1100 UROP2100 UROP3100
Basic requirement for the project: C++/Java programming skill.
Students with Android development experience are preferred.
Applicant's Learning Objectives:
Students will learn how to develop augmented reality applications on wearable devices such as Google Glass.
Students will gain knowledge on how to conduct research and write scientific papers.