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RealAR-Campus: An Indoor Positioning System Using Augmented Reality

Publication Date : 10/03/2016

Author(s) :

K. Jayamalini , Seema Preetham , Prakhar Bansal , Pratik Bardia , Anam Khan.

Volume/Issue :
Volume 3
Issue 2
(03 - 2016)

Abstract :

Indoor positioning systems help to localize objects and spaces inside a building, where Global Positioning System (GPS) don't work effectively including cellular networks. But since the localization technologies incur great costs, a need for simulating localization indoors becomes essential. With this application we attempt to demonstrate, one such use case where we simulate indoor positioning  system by rendering relevant 3D graphics and relevant  location information on the mobile display.  Localization is achieved by creating a location API simulator and using the orientation sensor in phone and tablet. Relevant graphical information based on the users context and selection, is rendered using OpenGLES on top of the live camera stream. Our attempt is to demonstrate through our application the strong untapped potential in augmented reality techniques in the context of indoor. The application will be a generic solution and can be easily composed to be use in any indoor space such as museums, hospitals, malls, etc.

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