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Member #886546

Member Since: January 5, 2017

Country: United States

  • My original soundwave SWIM (sequential wave imprinting machine) printed the soundwave in perfect alignment with the real world; for augmented reality, alignment is important, e.g. it must be lined up with reality, and you can even take useful measurements from it, such as the speed-of-sound can be determined by measuring the waves with a ruler. See http://wearcam.org/par.htm

    I've also got an Instructable on sound wave imprinting machine: http://www.instructables.com/id/Seeing-Sound-Waves-Bug-Sweeping-Robots-for-Augment/ specifically for bug sweeping, but more generally, also for seeing sound waves from musical instruments, see Figure 10 inset in http://wearcam.org/kineveillance.pdf

    Mann, Steve. "Surveillance (oversight), Sousveillance (undersight), and Metaveillance (seeing sight itself)." In Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Workshops (CVPRW), 2016 IEEE Conference on, pp. 1408-1417. IEEE, 2016.

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