Face to Face Collaborative AR on Mobile Phones (2005)
Mobile phones are an ideal platform for augmented reality. In this paper we describe how they can also be used to support face to face collaborative AR gaming. We have created a custom port of the ARToolKit library to the Symbian mobile phone operating system and then developed a sample collaborative AR game based on this. We describe the game in detail and user feedback from people who have played the game. We also provide general design guidelines that could be useful for others who are developing mobile phone collaborative AR applications.
CitationHenrysson, A., Billinghurst, M., Ollila, M. (2005) Face to Face Collaborative AR on Mobile Phones. Vienna, Austria: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR 2005), 5-8 Oct 2005.
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Keywordsmobile camera phones; mobile games; human computer interaction; tangible interfaces; augmented reality
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