Natural user interaction in virtual/augmented reality, Jan-Michael Frahm
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Jan-Michael Frahm
Research Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Tel: (919) 962 1703
Fax: (919) 962 1699

Natural user interaction in virtual/augmented reality

The natural interaction of users with large scale 3D-models in virtual/augmented reality is one of the big challanges for the application of the 3D-models created for example with structure from motion. My research efforts in this area can be found in the following papers:
"A Color Similarity Measure for Robust Shadow Removal in Real Time"

"Distributed Interaction Processing and Visualization of 3D Scenes in Realtime"

Distributed Realtime Interaction and Visualisation System

Network Protocol for Interaction and Scalable Distributed Visualization

An overview video for the described visualization system can be seen here:

video about interaction system