October 29–30, 2001
Columbia University, New York, NY
7:15 – 8:30: Registration
8:30 – 8:50: Opening Remarks
8:50 – 9:50: Invited Talk
David Hawkes, Guy’s Hospital, King’s College London School of Medicine.
Microscope Assisted Guided Interventions (MAGI) – An Application of Augmented Reality in Image Guided Surgery
Session chair: Nassir Navab, Siemens Corporate Research
9:50 – 10:20: Coffee Break
10:20 – 12:00: Medical Augmented Reality
Dynamic Superimposition of Synthetic Objects on Rigid and Simple-deformable Real Objects
Yann Argotti, Larry Davis, Valerie Outters and Jannick Rolland
University of Central Florida
Real Time Tomographic Reflection: Phantoms for Calibration and Biopsy
George Stetten, Vikram Chib, Daniel Hildebrand and Jeannette Bursee
Current status of the Varioscope AR, a head-mounted operating microscope for computer-aided surgery
M. Figl, W. Birkfellner, J. Hummel, R. Hanel, P. Homolka, F. Watzinger, F. Wanschitz, R. Ewers, H. Bergmann, University of Vienna, Vienna General Hospital
Augmented Reality Visualization of Ultrasound Images: System Description, Calibration, and Features
Frank Sauer, Ali Khamene, Benedicte Bascle, Lars Schimmang, Fabian Wenzel and Sebastian Vogt, Siemens Corporate Research
12:00 – 1:30 Lunch Break
1:30 – 2:30: Invited Talk
Ulrich Neumann, University of Southern California.
AR Out of the Box
2:30 – 3:20: Components and Gestures
Martin Bauer, Bernd Brügge, Gudrun Klinker, Asa MacWilliams, Thomas Reicher, Stefan Riß, Christian Sandor, and Martin Wagner
Munich University of Technology (TU München)
Finger tracking for interaction in augmented environments
Klaus Dorfmüller-Ulhaas and Dieter Schmalstieg
3:20 – 3:50: Coffee Break
3:50 – 5:30: Indoor and Outdoor Tracking
A Hybrid Registration Method for Outdoor Augmented Reality
Kiyohide Satoh, Mahoro Anabuki, Hiroyuki Yamamoto and Hideyuki Tamura
Augmented Reality in a Wide Area Sentient Environment
Joseph Newman, David Ingram and Andy Hopper
Markerless Augmented Reality with a Real-time Affine Region Tracker
Vittorio Ferrari, Tinne Tuytelaars and Luc Van Gool
Extendible Tracking by Line Auto-Calibration
Bolan Jiang and Ulrich Neumann
7:00 – 11:00: Evening Banquet at the Teatro of the Italian Academy at Columbia University
Henry Fuchs, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Immersion and Tele-immersion in the Office of the Future
Hiroyuki Yamamoto, Mixed Reality Systems Laboratory, Inc.
Mixed Fantasy: Experience-Based Simulation and Entertainment
Music: Eric Haltmeier Trio
7:45 – 8:30: Registration
8:30 – 9:45: Mobile Augmented Reality
Distributed Low-latency Rendering for Mobile AR
Mobile Collaborative Augmented Reality
Gerhard Reitmayr and Dieter Schmalstieg
Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien)
Augmented maintenance of powerplants: A prototyping case study of a mobile AR system
Gudrun Klinker, Oliver Creighton, Allen Dutoit, Rafael Kobylinski, Christoph Vilsmeier and Bernd Brügge
Munich University of Technology (TU München)
9:45 – 10:15: Coffee Break
10:15 – 11:30: Video and Optical See-through HMD
Dynamic Virtual Convergence for Video See-through Head-mounted Displays: Maintaining Maximum Stereo Overlap throughout a Close-range Work Space
Andrei State, Jeremy Ackerman, Gentaro Hirota, Joohi Lee, and Henry Fuchs.
Optical See-Through Calibration with Vision-Based Trackers: Propagation of Projection Matrices
Yakup Genc, Mihran Tuceryan, Ali Khamene and Nassir Navab
Siemens Corporate Research, and Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
A New System for Online Quantitative Evaluation of Optical See-Through Augmentation
Erin McGarrity, Yakup Genc, Mihran Tuceryan, Charles Owen and Nassir Navab
Michigan State University, Siemens Corporate Research, and Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
11:30 – 12:00: Posters & Demo Teasers
12:00 – 1:00: Lunch break
1:00 – 3:00: Poster & Demo Session
MR2 (MR Square): A Mixed-Reality Meeting Room
Kiyoshi Kiyokawa, Makoto Niimi, Tsuyoshi Ebina, and Hiroyuki Ohno
Testing Information Delivery Methods Using Augmented Reality
Paul Jackson, Joan Ealey-Sawyer, I-Li Lu, and Stephen Jones
A Quick Method for Synthesizing Photorealistic Color Images under Various Illumination Conditions
Li Shen, Noboru Babaguchi, and Tadahiro Kitahasi
Real-Time 3D Object Recognition for Automatic Tracker Initialization
Gábor Blaskó and Pascal Fua
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPF Lausanne)
Tinmith-evo5: An Architecture for Supporting Mobile Augmented Reality Environments
Wayne Piekarski and Bruce Thomas
Taking AR into Large Scale Industrial Environments:
Localization and Data Navigation with Mobile Computers
Xiang Zhang, Yakup Genc, and Nassir Navab
Christian Geiger, Bernd Kleinnjohann, Christian Reimann, and Dirk Stichling
Linear Solutions for Visual Augmented Reality Registration
Adnan Ansar and Kostas Daniilidis
Augmented Reality (AR)for Assembly Processes – An Experimental Evaluation
Stefan Wiedenmaier, Olaf Oehme, Ludger Schmidt, and Holger Luczak
Illuminating the Mixed Reality Stage - Applying Complex Lighting Conditions to AR
Michael Wittkämper, Eckhard Meier, and Wolfgang Broll,
Outdoor Augmented Reality: From Scene Preparation to Markerless Vision-based Tracking On-Site
Didier Stricker, Thomas Kettenbach, Fraunhofer IGD/ZGDV
3D reconstruction of the operating field for image overlay in 3D-endoscopic surgery
Fabien Mourgues, Frédéric Devernay, Ève Coste-Manière
· “Mobile Collaborative Augmented Reality,” by Gerhard Reitmayr and Dieter Schmalstieg, Vienna University of Technology, Austria.
· “Wireless inertial tracking system,” by H. Krüger, P. Fischer, Physikalisches Institut, Bonn University, Bonn, Germany and by P. Henne, GMD-FIT, Sankt Augustin, Germany.
· “Door Assembly Training,” by Arnold Stadtler, Matthias Baumann of Ford Forschungszentrum Aachen GmbH, by Stefan Wiedenmaier of Institute of Industrial Engineering and Ergonomics, Aachen University of Technology, and by Olaf Oehme of Institute of Industrial Engineering and Ergonomics, Aachen University of Technology.
· “AlterAquarium and AlterBeach,” by Alok b. Nandi, Xavier Marichal, David Ergo, Toshiuki Umeda, Xavier Wielemans, Damien Douxchamps, Laurence Beckers, Luc Letellier, Benoît Jadinon, and Jonathan Ooghe, Alterface, c/o Laboratoire de Télécommunications et Télédétection Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium.
· “MagicCAD; an AR Scene Builder,” by Hirokazu Kato, Mark Billinghurst, Kenji Imamoto, Keihachiro Tachibana, Faculty of Information Sciences, Hiroshima City University, and Human Interface Technology Laboratory, University of Washington.
· “Markerless optical tracking for mobile Augmented Reality applications,” by Didier Stricker, Stefan Müller, Fraunhofer Institut for Computer Graphics IGD.
· Augmented Groove+; A Tangible AR Instrument, by Mark Fauver, Mark Billinghurst, Human Interface Technology Laboratory, University of Washington.
· “The AR Pad,” by Dmitryi Mogilev, Mark Billinghurst, Kiyoshi Kiyokawa, Jarrell Pair, Human Interface Technology Laboratory, University of Washington, and Charmed Technologies, Los Angeles.
· “Real Time Tomographic Reflection - The Sonic Flashlight,” by George Stetten, M.D., Ph.D. and Vikram Chib, Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh, and The Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University.
· “Head tracking using the Virtual Retinal Display,” by Winyu Chinthammit, Robert Burstein, Eric J. Seibel, Thomas A. Furness, The Human Interface Technology Lab, the University of Washington.
· “Mobile Augmented Reality Systems,” by Steve Feiner, Blaine Bell, Sinem Guven, Drexel Hallaway, Tobias Höllerer, Simon Lok, Alex Olwal, John Tang, Navdeep Tinna, Ryuji Yamamoto, Columbia University.
· “Dynamic Shader Lamps: Painting on Real Objects,” by Deepak Bandyopadhyay, Ramesh Raskar, Henry Fuchs, UNC Chapel Hill, and MERL.
· “Collaborative Mobile Augmented Reality,” by Simon Julier, Yohan Baillot, Dennis Brown, Naval Research Laboratory / ITT.
· “The ImageTclAR Augmented Reality Development Environment,” by Charles B. Owen, Michael Malinak, Jon Babbage, Kirit Patel, Media and Entertainment Technologies Laboratory, Michigan State University.
· “Localization, Navigation and Data Access to Industrial Settings with Mobile Computers,” by X. Zhang, N. Navab, Y. Genc.
· “An Optical See-Through Augmented Reality System: A Testbed to Demonstrate Ideas for Evaluation, Calibration, etc.” by Y. Genc, E. McGarrity, M. Tuceryan, N. Navab.
3:00 – 3:30: Coffee Break
both conference days, industrial exhibitors will showcase their
technologies: Advanced Realtime Tracking GmbH, Advanced
Realtime Tracking GmbH are located near Munich, Germany. They develop and
manufacture high precision IR-optical tracking systems for VR/AR
applications, industrial and medical measurement purposes and for body
tracking in animation and ergonomics. InterSense,
InterSense are located in
Burlington, MA. They develop and market motion-tracking products that
enable users to interact with 3D computer-generated environments —
literally bringing 3D to life.
During both conference days, industrial exhibitors will showcase their technologies:
Advanced Realtime Tracking GmbH,
Advanced Realtime Tracking GmbH are located near Munich, Germany. They develop and manufacture high precision IR-optical tracking systems for VR/AR applications, industrial and medical measurement purposes and for body tracking in animation and ergonomics.
InterSense are located in Burlington, MA. They develop and market motion-tracking products that enable users to interact with 3D computer-generated environments — literally bringing 3D to life.
Sony Computer Science Laboratories
Living in a Computer Augmented Environment
Session chair: Haruo Takemura, Nara Institute of Science &
4:30 – 5:45: Experiencing, Painting, Projecting
Augmented Reality as a New Media Experience
Blair MacIntyre, Jay Bolter, Emmanuel Moreno and Brendan Hannigan
Dynamic Shader Lamps : Painting on Movable Objects
Deepak Bandyopadhyay, Ramesh Raskar and Henry Fuchs
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Mitsubishi Electric Research Lab
Using a Head-Mounted Projective Display in Interactive Augmented Environments
Hong Hua, Chunyu Gao, Leonard Brown, Narendra Ahuja and Jannick Rolland
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and University of Central Florida
5:45 – 6:00: Closing Remarks