“Augmented Coliseum: Display-Based Computing for Augmented Reality Inspiration Computing Robot” by Sugimoto, Kagotani, Kojima, Nii, Nakamura, et al. …

  • ©Maki Sugimoto, Minoru Kojima, Akihiro Nakamura, Georges Kagotani, Hideaki Nii, and Masahiko Inami

  • ©Maki Sugimoto, Minoru Kojima, Akihiro Nakamura, Georges Kagotani, Hideaki Nii, and Masahiko Inami

  • ©Maki Sugimoto, Minoru Kojima, Akihiro Nakamura, Georges Kagotani, Hideaki Nii, and Masahiko Inami

  • ©Maki Sugimoto, Minoru Kojima, Akihiro Nakamura, Georges Kagotani, Hideaki Nii, and Masahiko Inami

  • ©Maki Sugimoto, Minoru Kojima, Akihiro Nakamura, Georges Kagotani, Hideaki Nii, and Masahiko Inami

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    Augmented Coliseum: Display-Based Computing for Augmented Reality Inspiration Computing Robot

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    The University of Electro-Communications and Japan Science and Technology Agency

Entry Number: 01


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    Augmented Coliseum is an application of Display-based Computing (DBC) technology, a novel technique using the performance of display devices to output arbitrary optical information with division and multiplexing of time and space. Using this technology, Augmented Coliseum shows a symbiosis of Computer Graphics and Robotics. Robots are augmented and controlled by computer graphics drawn by a projector. The symbiosis expands your imagination with real world robots like kid’s dreams.

    Moreover, this system can communicate with a receiver by computer graphics. Many types of projection systems, including displays such as LCDs and desktop monitors can use this measurement and control technology. Thus it has the possibility to become an effective technology in demonstrations of installations and interactive techniques.


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