Preparing Your Augmented Reality Publication SEAMEO Online Training on the Real World of Immersive Augmented Reality”

Haritz Cahya Nugraha

Discussion 1

Publication Designing Planning, Format, Design, Software alternatives

2

Preparing Target Image Requirements, Ratings, Features, Tips and tricks

Discuss with Your Teacher What will be the topics? • Deep sea, space, vehicle, bilogy, hatchery, chemistry, tree, etc?

Who is the target audience • Elementary, junior high, senior high, general public?

Publication Format • Infographic, brochure, pamphlet, guide book, etc?

Information to be included

Requirements: Cover page: Title QR code to the AR Application (provided later) School and SEAMEO Logo Included in the publication: Team member & Teacher

Soil and water conservation

Accuracy

Methods

Presentation

The material is Content is valid and The material is effective as a presented effectively reliable teaching tool. and user-friendly

Significance

Content teaches educationally significant concepts, models or skills in the discipline

Publishing Software Wide variety tools of publication/designing software that can be used: -

Inkscape: https://inkscape.org/en/ GIMP: https://www.gimp.org/ Adobe Indesign: www.adobe.com Adobe Illustrator: www.adobe.com Microsoft Publisher Microsoft Word Canva.com: https://www.canva.com/

Determining Target Image •



Image Targets are detected based on natural features that are extracted from the target image and then compared at run time with features in the live camera image Must be 8- or 24-bit PNG and JPG formats; less than 2 MB in size; JPGs must be RGB or greyscale (no CMYK) Attribute

Example

Rich in detail

Street-scene, group of people, collages and mixtures of items, or sport scenes

Good contrast

Has both bright and dark regions, is well lit, and not dull in brightness or color

No repetitive patterns

Grassy field, the front of a modern house with identical windows, and other regular grids and patterns

Natural Features and Image Ratings A square contains four features for each one of its corners.

A circle contains no features as it contains no sharp or chiseled detail.

This object contains only two features for each sharp corner. Note: According to the definition of a feature, soft corners and organic edges are not marked as features.

Tips

Contrast: Feature Distribution Avoid organic shapes Avoid repetitive patterns Using Histogram

Contrast: Feature Distribution Avoid organic shapes Avoid repetitive patterns Using Histogram

Try it Yourselves!! https://developer.vuforia.com/

Thank you Reference: https://developer.vuforia.com/

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