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Advance Program

November 13 (Tue.)

Workshop 1 (full day)

Workshop 2 (full day)

Tutorial 1 (full day)

Tutorial 2 (half day)


16:00-17:00 Special Event in WS2
(Open to all ISMAR participants)

  • Keynote Talk: Special Noh Theatre Performance of Research Collaboration for “Humorous Interaction” 2-Man Stand-Up Comedy (Manzai) with a Robot
    JUNICHI OSADA & ZENJIRO and PaPeRo ROBOT. Junichi Osada is a senior designer at NEC Design, Ltd. Zenjiro is a famous comedian in Japan.


November 14 (Wed.)

9:00-9:15 Opening Remarks


9:15-10:15 Keynote Talk 1

Session chair: Tom Drummond


10:45-12:05 Applications 1

Session Chair: Ron Azuma
  • Laser Pointer Tracking in Projector-Augmented Architectural Environments 
    Daniel Kurz, Ferry Haentsch, Max Grosse, Alexander Schiewe, and Oliver Bimber
  • Urban Sketcher: Mixed Reality on Site for Urban Planning and Architecture
    Markus Sareika and Dieter Schmalstieg
  • Augmented Reality-based factory planning - an application tailored to industrial needs
    Katharina Pentenrieder, Christian Bade, Fabian Doil, and Peter Meier


13:35-15:05 Interaction

Session Chair: Bruce Thomas
  • Face-to-Face Tabletop Remote Collaboration in Mixed Reality
    Shinya Minatani, Itaru Kitahara, Yoshinari Kameda, and Yuichi Ohta
  • Visual Hints for Tangible Gestures
    Sean White, Levi Lister, and Steven Feiner
  • A 3D Flexible and Tangible Magic Lens in Augmented Reality
    Julian Looser, Raphael Grasset, and Mark Billinghurst
  • AR-Jig: A Handheld Tangible User Interface for Modification of 3D Digital Form via 2D Physical Curve
    Mahoro Anabuki and Hiroshi Ishii


15:35-17:05 Scene Modeling

Session Chair: Hideo Saito
  • Semi-automatic Annotations in Unknown Environments
    Gerhard Reitmayr, Ethan Eade, and Tom Drummond
  • Automatic Reconstruction of Wide-Area Fiducial Marker Models
    Manfred Klopschitz and Dieter Schmalstieg
  • Automatic contour model creation out of polygonal CAD models for markerless Augmented Reality
    Juri Platonov and Marion Langer
  • Semi-Automatic Generation of Appearance-based Edge Models from Image Sequences
    Jeremiah Neubert, John Pretlove, and Tom Drummond


17:20-18:30 Human Factors

Session Chair: Mark A. Livingston
  • Visual Longitudinal and Lateral Driving Assistance in the Head-Up Display of Cars
    Marcus Toennis, Christian Lange, and Gudrun Klinker
  • Evaluating Display Types for AR Selection and Annotation
    Jason Wither, Stephen DiVerdi, and Tobias Höllerer
  • An Evaluation of Graphical Context as a Means for Ameliorating the Effects of Registration Error
    Cindy Robertson and Blair MacIntyre


18:45-19:30 Noh Performance (Japanese Traditional Dance)

Facilitator: Haruo Takemura


19:30-20:30 Reception



November 15 (Thu.)

 9:00-10:00 Keynote Talk 2

Session Chair: Haruo Takemura


10:30-12:10 Applications 2

Session Chair: Steve Feiner
  • An Industrial Augmented Reality Solution For Discrepancy Check
    Pierre Georgel, Pierre Schroeder, Selim Benhimane, Stefan Hinterstoisser, Mirko Appel, and Nassir Navab
  • Visualization of Spatial Sensor Data in the Context of Automotive Environment Perception Systems
    Marcus Toennis, Rudi Lindl, Leonhard Walchshaeusl, and Gudrun Klinker
  • Laparoscopic Virtual Mirror for Understanding Vessel Structure: Evaluation Study by Twelve Surgeons
    Christoph Bichlmeier, Sandro Michael Heining, Mohammad Rustaee, and Nassir Navab
  • Contextual Anatomic Mimesis: Hybrid In-Situ Visualization Method for Improving Multi-Sensory Depth Perception in Medical Augmented Reality
    Christoph Bichlmeier, Felix Wimmer, Sandro Michael Heining, and Nassir Navab


12:20-13:10 Demo & Poster Teaser

Session Chair: Masahiko Inami


14:30-16:00 Demos & Posters


16:15-18:15 Tracking & Sensors 1

Session Chair: Vincent Lepetit
  • Feature Tracking for Mobile Augmented Reality Using Video Coder Motion Vectors
    Gabriel Takacs, Vijay Chandrasekhar, Bernd Girod, and Radek Grzeszczuk
  • Real-Time Object Tracking for Augmented Reality Combining Graph Cuts and Optical Flow
    Jonathan Mooser, Suya You, and Ulrich Neumann
  • Ninja on a Plane: Automatic Discovery of Physical Planes for Augmented Reality Using Visual SLAM
    Denis Chekhlov, Andrew Gee, Andrew Calway, and Walterio Mayol-Cuevas
  • A Method for Predicting Marker Tracking Error
    Russell Freeman, Simon Julier, and Anthony Steed
  • Initialisation for Visual Tracking in Urban Environments
    Gerhard Reitmayr and Tom Drummond


19:30-21:30 Banquet with Dinner Talk

Facilitator: Hirokazu Kato
  • Where's the Reality in Augmented Reality?
    Mark Billinghurst (HitlabNZ, New Zealand)


November 16 (Fri.)

9:00-10:40 Information Presentation

Session Chair: Kiyoshi Kiyokawa
  • Hear-Through and Mic-Through Augmented Reality: Using Bone Conduction to Display Spatialized Audio
    Robert Lindeman, Haruo Noma, and Paulo Gonçalves de Barros
  • Human-Centered Development of an AR Handheld Display
    Raphael Grasset, Andreas Duenser, and Mark Billinghurst
  • Dynamic Adaptation of Projected Imperceptible Codes
    Anselm Grundhoefer, Manja Seeger, Ferry Haentsch, and Oliver Bimber
  • Interactive Focus and Context Visualization for Augmented Reality
    Denis Kalkofen, Erick Mendez, and Dieter Schmalstieg


10:40-12:10 Demos & Posters


13:40-15:00 Architecture

Session Chair: Dieter Schmalstieg
  • A Two-by-Two Mixed Reality System That Merges Real and Virtual Worlds in Both Audio and Visual Senses
    Kyota Higa, Takanobu Nishiura, Asako Kimura, Fumihisa Shibata, and Hideyuki Tamura
  • A Wide Field-of-view Head Mounted Projective Display using Hyperbolic Half-silvered Mirrors
    Kiyoshi Kiyokawa
  • A System Architecture for Ubiquitous Tracking Environments
    Manuel Huber, Daniel Pustka, Peter Keitler, Florian Echtler, and Gudrun Klinker
  • Measurement of absolute latency for video see through augmented reality
    Tobias Sielhorst, Wu Sa, Ali Khamene, Frank Sauer, and Nassir Navab


15:30-17:40 Tracking & Sensors 2

Session Chair: Nassir Navab
  • Precise Geometric Registration by Blur Estimation for Vision-based Augmented Reality
    Bunyo Okumura, Masayuki Kanbara, and Naokazu Yokoya
  • Parallel Tracking and Mapping for Small AR Workspaces
    Georg Klein and David Murray
  • Deformable Surface Augmentation in Spite of Self-Occlusions
    Vincent Gay-Bellile, Adrien Bartoli, and Patrick Sayd
  • A Fast Initialization Method for Edge-based Registration Using an Inclination Constraint
    Daisuke Kotake, Kiyohide Satoh, Shinji Uchiyama, and Hiroyuki Yamamoto
  • Retexturing in the Presence of Complex Illumination and Occlusions
    Julien Pilet, Vincent Lepetit, and Pascal Fua


17:40-17:55 Closing Remarks


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