We present a novel real-time face detail reconstruction method capable of recovering high quality geometry on consumer mobile devices.
We propose a new interaction metaphor that reduces the gap between physical toys and virtual characters.
We present a practical solution to these artifacts which requires minimal costume parameterization work, and a straightforward inpainting approach.
In this paper, we describe our first contribution to AR Poser: a technique for digital characters to recognize and automatically reproduce the same pose as a person in a picture (using only RGB information from a mobile device).
We propose the use of a fully automatic soft color segmentation algorithm for content generation for such an augmented reality application.
A 144 fps transparent LCD panel is used in conjunction with a transparent backlight, controllably diffusive smartglass screen, and optional switching background lighting
The Switching Dual Layer Display with a Dynamic LCD Mask is a multi-layer three-dimensional display capable of independent layer content and occlusion between layers.
We use a transparent LCD panel as a programmable dynamic mask.
We design and demonstrate a four-lens folded optical cloak and a three-lens inverted cloak with an erecting prism.
We propose the first system for live dynamic augmentation of human faces.
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