Modélisation 3D pour la réalité augmentée : une première expérimentation avec un téléphone intelligent

Authors: Thomas, Vincent
Advisor: Daniel, SylviePouliot, Jacynthe
Abstract: Recently, a new genre of software applications has emerged allowing the general public to browse their immediate environment using their smartphone: Mobile Augmented Reality (MAR) applications. The growing popularity of this type of application is triggered by the fast evolution of smartphones. These ergonomic mobile platforms embed several pieces of equipment useful to deploy MAR (i.e. digital camera, GPS receiver, accelerometers, digital compass and now gyroscope). In order to achieve a strong augmentation of the reality in terms of user’s immersion and interactions, a 3D model of the real environment is generally required. The 3D model can be used for three different purposes in these MAR applications: 1) to manage the occlusions between real and virtual objects; 2) to provide accurate camera pose (position/orientation) calculation; 3) to support the augmentation and interactions. However, the availability of such 3D models is limited and therefore preventing MAR application to be used anywhere at anytime. In order to overcome such constraints, this proposed research thesis is aimed at devising a new approach adapted to the specific context of MAR applications and dedicated to the simple and fast production of 3D models. This approach was implemented on the iPhone 3G platform and evaluated according to precision, rapidity, simplicity and efficiency criteria. Results of the evaluation underlined the capacity of the proposed approach to provide, in about 3 minutes, a simple 3D model of a building using smartphone while achieving accuracy of 5 meters and higher.
Document Type: Mémoire de maîtrise
Issue Date: 2011
Open Access Date: 17 April 2018
Grantor: Université Laval
Collection:Thèses et mémoires

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