In this paper we show that Saliency-based keypoint selection makes natural landmark detection and object recognition quite effective and efficient, thus enabling augmented reality techniques in a plethora of applications in smart city contexts. As a case study we address a tour of a museum where a modern smart device like a tablet or smartphone can be used to recognize paintings, retrieve their pose and graphically overlay useful information.

Saliency-based Keypoint Reduction for Augmented-Reality Applications in Smart Cities

BUONCOMPAGNI, SIMONE;MAIO, DARIO;MALTONI, DAVIDE;PAPI, SERENA
2015

Abstract

In this paper we show that Saliency-based keypoint selection makes natural landmark detection and object recognition quite effective and efficient, thus enabling augmented reality techniques in a plethora of applications in smart city contexts. As a case study we address a tour of a museum where a modern smart device like a tablet or smartphone can be used to recognize paintings, retrieve their pose and graphically overlay useful information.
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Simone Buoncompagni; Dario Maio; Davide Maltoni; Serena Papi
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