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Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

F. Bork, R. Barmaki, U. Eck, P. Fallavollita, B. Fuerst, N. Navab
Exploring Non-reversing Magic Mirrors for Screen-Based Augmented Reality Systems
24th IEEE Virtual Reality Conference, Los Angeles, CA, USA, pp. 373-374, Mar 2017 (bib)

Screen-based Augmented Reality (AR) systems can be built as a window into the real world as often done in mobile AR applications or using the Magic Mirror metaphor, where users can see themselves with augmented graphics on a large display. The term Magic Mirror implies that the display shows the users enantiomorph, i.e. the mirror image, such that the system mimics a real-world physical mirror. However, the question arises whether one should design a traditional mirror, or instead display the true mirror image by means of a non-reversing mirror? We discuss the perceptual differences between these two mirror visualization concepts and present a first comparative study in the context of Magic Mirror anatomy teaching.
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