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Presentation 2024-03-19 14:30
An Examination on Influence of Sensory Fusion on Depth Estimation of Virtual Objects in AR
Sakurako Uchiyama, Hayata Saito, Kei Kanari, Mie Sato (Utsunomiya)
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(in English) In AR/VR, the sense of depth for the pointer itself is important because the pointer is often used to select a virtual object in 3D space. There are various cues for depth estimation, such as occlusion and relative sizes, but if the pointer is obstructed or changes in size, it becomes difficult to see the pointer itself and the pointer does not work effectively. In this study, we focus on binocular disparity that can work without changing the appearance of the pointer. Since there are real objects in AR, when the user gazes at a virtual object that is the target of depth estimation, only images of the real objects close to the gazed virtual object are fused to give a single image fused due to the sensory fusion. This may improve the accuracy of depth estimation of the virtual object. We investigate whether the limitation of depth estimation based on binocular disparity can be extended by using the sensory fusion as a cue.
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(in English) Depth Estimation / Sensory Fusion / AR / / / / /  
Reference Info. ITE Tech. Rep., vol. 48, no. 13, HI2024-25, pp. 48-51, March 2024.
Paper # HI2024-25 
Date of Issue 2024-03-12 (HI) 
ISSN Online edition: ISSN 2424-1970
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Conference Date 2024-03-19 - 2024-03-19 
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Conference Code 2024-03-HI 
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Title (in English) An Examination on Influence of Sensory Fusion on Depth Estimation of Virtual Objects in AR 
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Keyword(1) Depth Estimation  
Keyword(2) Sensory Fusion  
Keyword(3) AR  
1st Author's Name Sakurako Uchiyama  
1st Author's Affiliation Utsunomiya University (Utsunomiya)
2nd Author's Name Hayata Saito  
2nd Author's Affiliation Utsunomiya University (Utsunomiya)
3rd Author's Name Kei Kanari  
3rd Author's Affiliation Utsunomiya University (Utsunomiya)
4th Author's Name Mie Sato  
4th Author's Affiliation Utsunomiya University (Utsunomiya)
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Date Time 2024-03-19 14:30:00 
Presentation Time 20 minutes 
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Paper # HI2024-25 
Volume (vol) vol.48 
Number (no) no.13 
Page pp.48-51 
Date of Issue 2024-03-12 (HI) 

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