Virtual interior stylization

Author: Tomoyuki Mukasa, Shintaro Murakami, and Tony Tung


Mobile applications for augmented/mixed/virtual reality (AR/MR/VR) have become ubiquitous in the past decade thanks to the rapid evolution of mobile device technology. Image sensors and IMU for mobile (i.e., Inertial Measurement Unit, consisting of gyroscope and accelerometer) have enough precision to track users’ head motion and provide compelling experiences in immersive virtual reality. Consumer products like Oculus Rift, Gear VR, Vive, Cardboard and Hololens are paving the future of the Internet as new communication tools. While applications are numerous (e.g., games, education, tourism, etc.), the creation of realistic immersive environments in 3D still requires professional resource. Nevertheless, simpler alternatives based on AR and/or 360 degree images (e.g., Google Street View, or using 360 degree camera) are also commonly employed.

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