Workshop on Industrial Augmented Reality


The workshop will be held just before ISMAR 2005 in Vienna at the Siemens Campus "Erdbergerlände" on Wednesday, Oct 5, 2005. Transportation to and from the center of Vienna and the conference hotels wil be provided.


8:30 Registration

9:00 Session 1: Real-World Requirements for Industrial Augmented Reality Applications

  • 9:00 Applying MR Technologies to Product Exhibition at Canon (Toshikazu Ohshima, Human Machine Perception Laboratory, Canon Inc) (Details)
  • 9:15 AR Applications for the Car Development Process at Volkswagen – Lessons Learned (Stefan Nölle, Volkswagen AG) (Details)
  • 9:30 Report on the Post-ARVIKA Industry-based AR Interest Group (Werner Schreiber and Fabian Doil, Volkswagen AG) (Details)
  • 9:45 Applications of AR in Broadcasting (Graham Thomas, BBC) (Details)

10:00 Coffee

10:30 Session 2: Existing Toolkits / Solutions: Tracking

  • 10:30 History and Roadmap of InterSense Tracker Development for Industrial AR and Automation (Eric Foxlin, InterSense Inc.) (Abstract)
  • 10:45 AR-Browser: an Application Based on the Mixed Reality System VR-AVALON (Jens Weidenhausen, Harald Wüst and Didier Stricker, IGD) (Details)
  • 11:00 Potential of the ARToolKit for Use in Industrial AR Applications (Hirokazu Kato (Osaka University), Mark Billinghurst (HIT Lab NZ)) (Details)
  • 11:15 The Achilles´ Heels of Optical Tracking Systems: Occlusions and Optical Interferences – A.R.T.´s Solutions (Konrad Zürl, A.R.T. GmbH) (Details)
  • 11:30 Rapid Prototyping of Augmented Reality Applications with the STUDIERSTUBE Framework (Dieter Schmalstieg, TU Graz) (Details)
  • 11:45 Unifeye SDK - Mixed Reality. Unique Solutions. (Peter Meier, metaio Augmented Solutions) (Details)
  • 12:00 Industrial Applications of D'Fusion Software (Bruno Uzzan, Total Immersion) (Abstract)
  • 12:15 ARTag Rev2 Fiducial Marker System: Vision based Tracking for AR (Mark Fiala, National Resarch Council of Canada) (Details)

12:30 Lunch

13:30 Session 3: Current Applications

  • 13:30 Future Research Directions for Markerless Augmented Reality at the Example of an Aircraft's Landing Gear (Dieter Langer, EADS) (Details)
  • 13:45 Augmented Reality Applications at Daimler Chrysler (Axel Hildebrand, Daimler Chrysler) (Abstract)
  • 14:00 AR-based Analysis of Interfering Edges between Real and Virtual Objects (Fabian Doil, Volkswagen AG) (Details)
  • 14:15 AMRA: Augmented Reality Assistance in Train Maintenance Tasks (Jean-Yves Didier, Laboratoire Systèmes Complexes) (Details)
  • 14:30 AR for Plant Service - Applications, Challenges, Future Directions (Mirko Appel, Siemens AG, Corporate Technologies) (Details)
  • 14:45 Augmented Reality in Rockwell Corporate Research (Reinhold Behringer, RSC) (Details)
  • 15:00 Vehicle in the Loop - Augmented Reality Application for Collision Mitigation (Thomas Bock, TU Munich, INI.TUM (with AUDI AG)) (Details)

15:15 Coffee

15:30 Session 4: Existing Toolkits / Solutions: Authoring

  • 15:30 Authoring the Impossible? (AMIRE toolkit) (Michael Haller, FH Hagenberg) (Details)
  • 15:45 The DART Project: Building Real Tools for Real People (Maribeth Gandy and Blair MacIntyre, Georgia Institute of Technology) (Details)
  • 16:00 Authoring – A Key Element to Efficient Creation of VR/AR Content (Marco Schumann, IFF FHG Magdeburg) (Details)

16:15 Coffee, Live Demonstrations/Videos/Posters (as available) and Discussions

Note: the schedule might still undergo minor changes

(Long schedule (with abstracts))

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