AUGMENTED REALITY VIDEO PRODUCTION

Brand Owner (click to sort) Address Description
AMERICA'S JOB TEAM Bryan Eugene Wright 3316 1/2 Stocker Street
Los Angeles CA 90008
Augmented reality video production; Continuing public ...
ARHQ MED Mobile, Inc. 18475 BANDILIER CIRCLE
Fountain Valley CA 92708
Augmented reality video production; Multimedia entertainment ...
ENTANGLED ENTERTAINMENT Entangled Entertainment, LLC 3501 W. Burbank Blvd.
Burbank CA 91505
Augmented reality video production; Entertainment media ...
HUE Jared Graham 3880 Hunter Crest Court
Moorpark CA 93021
Augmented reality video production
IMPROVEALITY IMPROVEALITY ENTERTAINMENT, INC 925 SOUTH ROUTE 82, SUITE #2S
ELMHURST IL 60126
Augmented reality video production; Entertainment services ...
JUST SEEN IT REVIEWS YOU CAN USE! Freedman, David Jonathan 5255 Veronica St,
5255 Veronica St,
Los Angeles CA 90230
Augmented reality video production; Continuing public ...
KNOCKOUT KARTING Wong, Garry W. 919 S. Fremont Ave. #358
Alhambra CA 91803
Augmented reality video production; Entertainment services ...
RETAILIVE Wright of Thomasville, Inc. 5115 Prospect St.
Thomasville NC 27360
Augmented reality video production
RL Wright of Thomasville, Inc. 5115 Prospect St.
Thomasville NC 27360
Augmented reality video production
SKULL D-TECH Skull Group 9701 Wilshire BLVD. Suite 1000
Beverly Hills CA 90212
Augmented reality video production; Multimedia entertainment ...
 

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Technical Examples
  1. A new interaction/input device for an augmented reality system is provided. In an augmented reality system using infrared video-based tracking, the interaction/input device is employed by placing markers, e.g., small disks, at a predetermined location in a scene viewed by a user which are augmented to simulate physical buttons. These augmented markers, as viewed through the augmented reality system, can then be physically manipulated by the user. The user will put their fingers on one of these markers, and in turn, the infrared video-based tracker will recognize this action and process it accordingly. The augmented reality system can also augment simulated menus in the user's view giving the user the necessary feedback for interaction. By exploiting conventional tracking technology, the interaction/input device can be implemented with minimal additional hardware and minimal additional processing required by the augmented reality system.