Tracking of Deformable Volumes for Augmented Reality

Authors: Jairo R. Sánchez, Nagore Barrena, Andoni Mujika, David Oyarzun, Sara García, Gaizka San Vicente

Date: 02.07.2014


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Abstract

Traditional methods for deformable object tracking approximate objects as surfaces, since they only seek for results that are visually feasible. However, the physical properties of the objects involve parameters such as elasticity which affect their mechanical behaviour and cannot be well described in this way. This work presents a new framework for tracking deformable and elastic objects using computer vision techniques. Unlike most extended methods, objects are represented as volumes intending to go beyond a visually appealing result, looking for a physically realistic one.

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Traditional methods for deformable object tracking approximate objects as surfaces, since they only seek for results that are visually feasible. However, the physical properties of the objects involve parameters such as elasticity which affect their mechanical behaviour and cannot be well described in this way. This work presents a new framework for tracking deformable and elastic objects using computer vision techniques. Unlike most extended methods, objects are represented as volumes intending to go beyond a visually appealing result, looking for a physically realistic one.


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isbn = {978-3-905674-67-5},
date = {2014-07-02},
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