Generating spatial attention cues via illusory motion

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Abstract

For many applications in augmented reality (AR), the user has a much more enjoyable experience if the AR system is able to properly guide the user’s attention. In this extended abstract, we explain how to create patterns of light that when projected onto an object are perceived as if the object itself is moving. This can be used as a spatial attention cue. We accomplish this with a calibrated projectorcamera setup to synthesize an image from the projector’s point of view. This image is filtered to create local phase
changes that are then projected back onto the object and perceived as motion. Our method will be shown as a live demonstration at the CV4AR/VR workshop at CVPR 2019
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCVPR Workshop on Computer Vision for Augmented and Virtual Reality
Number of pages3
Publication date2019
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventThird Workshop on Computer Vision for AR/VR - Long Beach Convention Center , Long Beach, United States
Duration: 17 Jun 201917 Jun 2019

Conference

ConferenceThird Workshop on Computer Vision for AR/VR
LocationLong Beach Convention Center
CountryUnited States
CityLong Beach
Period17/06/201917/06/2019

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Jensen, J. N., Hannemose, M., Wilm, J., Dahl, A. B., Frisvad, J. R., & Belongie, S. (2019). Generating spatial attention cues via illusory motion. In CVPR Workshop on Computer Vision for Augmented and Virtual Reality
Jensen, Janus Nørtoft ; Hannemose, Morten ; Wilm, Jakob ; Dahl, Anders Bjorholm ; Frisvad, Jeppe Revall ; Belongie, Serge. / Generating spatial attention cues via illusory motion. CVPR Workshop on Computer Vision for Augmented and Virtual Reality. 2019.
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Jensen, JN, Hannemose, M, Wilm, J, Dahl, AB, Frisvad, JR & Belongie, S 2019, Generating spatial attention cues via illusory motion. in CVPR Workshop on Computer Vision for Augmented and Virtual Reality. Third Workshop on Computer Vision for AR/VR, Long Beach, United States, 17/06/2019.

Generating spatial attention cues via illusory motion. / Jensen, Janus Nørtoft; Hannemose, Morten; Wilm, Jakob; Dahl, Anders Bjorholm; Frisvad, Jeppe Revall; Belongie, Serge.

CVPR Workshop on Computer Vision for Augmented and Virtual Reality. 2019.

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Jensen JN, Hannemose M, Wilm J, Dahl AB, Frisvad JR, Belongie S. Generating spatial attention cues via illusory motion. In CVPR Workshop on Computer Vision for Augmented and Virtual Reality. 2019