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- D. Taniar
- E. Pardede
- I. Awan
- I. Saleh
- I. Khalil
|Buch||Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Advances in Mobile Computing & Multimedia (MoMM2010)|
||GeoPointer presents a concept which enables a smartphone to act as a tangible pointer, in order to receive information about an object in the real world. By pointing to an object, such as a peak or a building, the user automatically receives context information about the selected object. The aim is to introduce the intuitive approach of pointing to objects in combination with digital information repositories. Therefore a tangible pointing device, such as a smartphone is used to track a user's pointing direction. Compared to the complex geometric transformations of the state-of-the-art visual augmented reality applications, the pointing approach offers the user an intuitive way to specifically select objects of interest within a real world outdoor scenario.