DaLatencyARHUD

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

Latency Analysis in the AR-HUD context

Description

Head-Up-Displays are already available in series production vehicles. The Augmented Reality Head-Up-Display (AR-HUD) is combining the HUD in cars with AR applications. This thesis will investigate the temporal aspect of AR-HUD applications. The analysis will be performed on an already existing application. Within this application it will be investigated how fast the necessary data is provided and how long the application takes to process the data. After an extensive investigation of the actual latency, several techniques will be surveyed and implemented to deal with an insufficient time resolution or time gaps in providing the data.

Scope

Tasks

  • Familiarization with the existing system
  • Development and verification of the time measurement setup
  • Analysis of the data with appropriate tools, e.g. MATLAB
  • Survey of existing filters and evaluation
  • Implementation of selected concepts

Requirements

  • Knowledge in Augmented Reality or computer graphics advantageous
  • Solid programming skills in C/C++
  • MATLAB experience advantageous
  • Independent work style and ability to work in a team
  • Good English skills in written and spoken language
  • Willingness to conduct this thesis in Leonberg (close to Stuttgart)

Contact


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Title: Latency Analysis in the AR-HUD context
Abstract: Head-Up-Displays are already available in series production vehicles. The Augmented Reality Head-Up-Display (AR-HUD) is combining the HUD in cars with AR applications. This thesis will investigate the temporal aspect of AR-HUD applications. The analysis will be performed on an already existing application. Within this application it will be investigated how fast the necessary data is provided and how long the application takes to process the data. After an extensive investigation of the actual latency, several techniques will be surveyed and implemented to deal with an insufficient time resolution or time gaps in providing the data.
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Director: Prof. Gudrun Klinker
Supervisor: Christian Wiesner
Type: Master Thesis
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Status: open
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