Merged reality systems: bringing together automation and tracking through immersive geospatial connected environments

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Moseley, R. 2014. Merged reality systems: bringing together automation and tracking through immersive geospatial connected environments. 2014 Science and Information Conference (SAI). London, UK 27 - 29 Aug 2014 IEEE. pp. 732-735 https://doi.org/10.1109/sai.2014.6918268
TypeConference paper
TitleMerged reality systems: bringing together automation and tracking through immersive geospatial connected environments
AuthorsMoseley, R.
Abstract

Network speeds, wireless communications and rapid graphic processors now allow the collection and rendering of information in ways previously not possible. Together with this, convergence of many sources of disparate events, including tracking over geospatial domains and interaction with sensors, allow for processing of real time data which can be communicated between both real and virtual worlds. This paper presents a system which allows agents in both of these spheres to be brought together seamlessly for the sharing and manipulation of information streams, leading to actions which are reflected in virtual and real world devices.

KeywordsVirtual worlds; dual reality; sensor networks ; geospatial mapping
Research GroupResearch Group on Development of Intelligent Environments
Conference2014 Science and Information Conference (SAI)
Page range732-735
Proceedings Title2014 Science and Information Conference
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Hardcover9780989319331
Electronic9780989319317
Electronic9780989319324
PublisherIEEE
Publication dates
Print27 Aug 2014
Online09 Oct 2014
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Deposited18 Feb 2015
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Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1109/sai.2014.6918268
Web of Science identifierWOS:000367072600101
Web address (URL) of conference proceedingshttps://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/conhome/6901367/proceeding
LanguageEnglish
Book title2014 Science and Information Conference
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