This “Work In Progress” paper, reports on a novel approach to pedestrian tracking in confined areas which is based on a combined use of a stereo vision tracking system and a set of sensors available on a mobile platform. This platform is a hands-free, sensory augmented, wearable computer, designed to support visits to museums and to archaeological sites. The system is going to be demonstrated within the framework of a Cultural Heritage application at the “Musei Universitari di Palazzo Poggi” in Bologna”.

Dead reckoning supports stereo vision in pedestrians tracking

SALMON CINOTTI, TULLIO;DI STEFANO, LUIGI;RAFFA, GIUSEPPE;ROFFIA, LUCA;PETTINARI, MARINA;MOLA, MARTINO
2006

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This “Work In Progress” paper, reports on a novel approach to pedestrian tracking in confined areas which is based on a combined use of a stereo vision tracking system and a set of sensors available on a mobile platform. This platform is a hands-free, sensory augmented, wearable computer, designed to support visits to museums and to archaeological sites. The system is going to be demonstrated within the framework of a Cultural Heritage application at the “Musei Universitari di Palazzo Poggi” in Bologna”.
PERCOM 2006 - Fourth IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications - WORKSHOPS
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T. SALMON CINOTTI; L. DI STEFANO; G. RAFFA; L. ROFFIA; M. PETTINARI; M. MOLA
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