IN CAPS. An Intelligent Camera-Projection System Framework. Roberto Valenti Jurjen Pieters. Overview. The State of The Art What are we going to do The Framework First Year(s) Project Plan Examples References Equipment Costs Estimation. State of The Art. State of The Art.
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An Intelligent Camera-Projection System Framework
The framework will extract information from “the world”, and will give the opportunity to select what is relevant
The extracted information is displayed to the user in the most useful way, depending on the application.Digital 2 Reality
Input Devices: most useful way, depending on the application.
Output Devices :
One or two out of:
HUDEquipment Costs Estimation
A very powerful computer, a car and ..
Total: ~30.000 €
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