Nov. 30th

10:00 - 19:00 Preparation of demos
On the 30th November at approximately 6.30pm we are going to gather for an informal trip to the beach. If anyone would like to join us please meet at the foyer of the conference presentation venue. (Hawk Building at City West Campus)

Dec. 1st

8:00 Registration starts.
9:00 - 9:30 Opening
9:30 - 10:00 Demo Teasers
10:00 - 11:00 Session 1: System Design (3 papers)
11:00 - 11:20 break
11:20 - 12:20 Session 2: CG & Innovative Display (3 papers)
12:20 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 14:30 Session 3: Input/Output (3 papers)
14:30 - 15:30 Transport
15:30 - 17:00 Demos (6 demos)
17:00 - 18:00 Reception

Dec. 2nd

9:00 - 10:00 Keynote Talk 1
10:00 - 10:20 break
10:20 - 11:00 Poster&LBR Teasers
11:00 - 12:20 Session 4: Wearable (4 papers)
12:20 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 14:30 Session 5: Tracking (3 papers)
14:30 - 16:00 Posters & Late Breaking Results (14 posters & 4 LBRs)
16:00 - 17:00 Session 6: Spatial AR (3 papers)
18:00 - 20:00 Banquet

Dec. 3rd

9:00 - 10:00 Keynote Talk 2
10:00 - 10:20 break
10:20 - 12:00 Session 7: 3DUI (5 papers)
12:00 - 12:30 Closing & Award Ceremony

Because there are serious difficulties of booking hotel rooms on December 3rd, ICAT2010 will close around noon on the day so that participants can fly back in the afternoon or night of December 3rd.

Keynote Talk 1 (Dec. 2nd 9:00-10:00)

    Sean White
    (Nokia Research Center)
Sean White leads a research team at Nokia Research Center and holds an appointment as a Research Collaborator at Smithsonian Institution. A 2009 Tech Award Laureate, he has worked in both academia and industry, lecturing at Columbia and Stanford Universities and serving as CTO of WhoWhere, VP of Technology at Lycos, Inc., and project lead at Interval Research. Dr. White earned his Ph.D. at Columbia University and an MS and BS from Stanford University.

Beautiful AR

Keynote Talk 2(Dec. 3rd 9:00-10:00)

    Tom Drummond
    (Monash Unversity)
Prof. Drummond studied mathematics at Cambridge University for his first degree before emigrating to Australia in 1990. He worked for CSIRO in Melbourne until 1994 when he went to Perth to do his PhD in Computer Science at Curtin Unversity. He then returned to the UK to undertake post-doctoral research in Computer Vision at Cambridge University and was appointed a permanent lectureship in 2002. In September this year, he took up a professorship at Monash Unversity. His research interests include real-time computer vision, visually guided robotics, augmented reality, robust methods and SLAM.

Augmented Reality: Technologies and Challenges


Session 1: System Design (Dec. 1st, 10:00 - 11:00)

  Chair: Nobuchika Sakata (Osaka University)

  1. A Generic Model for Embedding Users' Physical Workspaces into Multi-Scale Collaborative Virtual Environments
    Cedric Fleury, Alain Chauffaut, Thierry Duval, Valerie Gouranton and Bruno Arnaldi
  2. Creating Instructional Content for Augmented Reality based on Controlled Natural Language Concepts
    Steffen Mader and Bodo Urban
  3. Service-Field Simulator using MR Techniques: Behavior Comparison in Real and Virtual Environments
    Jungwoo Hyun, Yoshiko Habuchi, Anjin Park, Tomoya Ishikawa, Masakatsu Kourogi and Takeshi Kurata

Session 2: CG & Innovative Display (Dec. 1st, 11:20 - 12:20)

  Chair: Hideo Saito (Keio University)

  1. Synchronization-Free Parallel Collision Detection Pipeline
    Quentin Avril, Valerie Gouranton and Bruno Arnaldi
    Best Presentation Award
  2. Multi-Dimensional Effects in Galvanic Vestibular Stimulations through Multiple Current Pathways
    Taro Maeda, Yuki Miyata, Hiroyuki Iizuka and Hideyuki Ando
  3. System and Users' Responses of Touch Light Through the Leaves: A Tactile Display for Light and Shadow
    Kunihiro Nishimura, Yasuhiro Suzuki and Michitaka Hirose

Session 3: Input/Output (Dec. 1st, 13:30 - 14:30)

  Chair: Roshan Lalintha Peiris (National University of Singapore)

  1. Ubiquitous Character Input Device Using Multiple Acoustic Sensors on a Flat Surface
    Akira Urashima and Tomoji Toriyama.
  2. Aurally Presentation Technique of Virtual Acoustic Obstacle by Manipulation of Head-Related Transfer Function
    Takahiro Miura, Junya Suzuki, Teruo Muraoka and Tohru Ifukube
  3. Slow Motion Replay of Tactile Sensation
    Yuki Hashimoto and Hiroyuki Kajimoto

Session 4: Wearable (Dec. 2nd, 11:00 - 12:20)

  Chair: Ross Smith (University of South Australia)

  1. Physiological Tracking, Wearable Interactive Systems, and Human Performance
    Richard J. N. Helmer, Michael A. Mestrovic, Ken Taylor, Bodhi Philpot, Danielle Wilde and Damian Farrow
  2. A Feasibility Study of Adopting Wireless Video for Wearable Computing
    Ivan Lee, Zhenglin Wang and Bruce H. Thomas
  3. Spatial Voice Menu and Head Gesture Interaction System for a Wearable Computer
    Taiki Saito, Yasushi Ikei, Koichi Hirota and Michitaka Hirose
  4. Stabilization Method for Floor Projection with a Hip-Mounted Projector
    Keisuke Tajimi, Keiji Uemura, Yasuhiro Kajiwara, Nobuchika Sakata and Shogo Nishida
    Best Paper Award

Session 5: Tracking (Dec. 2nd, 15:00 - 16:00)

  Chair: Takeshi Kurata (AIST)

  1. PTAMM-Plus: Refactoring and Extending PTAMM
    Thanh Nguyen, Christian Sandor and Jun Park
  2. Efficient Inter-camera Management for Multiple Objects Tracking in Mobile AR Environments
    Woonhyuk Baek and Woontack Woo
  3. A Metric for Tracking Robustness in Real-Time Panorama Acquisition
    Christopher Coffin, Sehwan Kim and Tobias Hollerer

Session 6: Spatial AR(Dec. 2nd, 16:00 - 17:00)

  Chair: Woontack Woo (GIST)

  1. Tool Virtualization and Spatial Augmented Reality
    Michael R. Marner and Bruce H. Thomas
  2. Spatial Augmented Reality for Interactive Rapid Prototyping
    Shane R. Porter, Michael R. Marner, Ross T. Smith, Joanne E. Zucco, Bruce H. Thomas and Peter Schumacher
  3. An Audio Visual Projection System for Virtual Room Inhabitants
    Jochen Ehnes

Session 7: 3DUI (Dec. 3rd, 10:20 - 12:00)

  Chair: Christian Sandor (University of South Australia)

  1. Teleporting in Virtual Worlds while Learning Real World Places
    Shawn Kerns, Daniel Cliburn and Michael O'Rourke
  2. Spatial Switching between Shared and Private Modes in Remote Cooperative Work with Mixed Reality
    Ginga Kamei, Takeshi Matsuyama and Ken-ichi Okada
  3. Comparison of Co-located and Remote Collaborative Work using a Stereoscopic Image on Path Steering Task
    Satoshi Mieda, Tokuo Yamaguchi, Kazuki Takashima, Yoshifumi Kitamura, Anatole Lecuyer and Fumio Kishino
  4. A Study of Perception of Volumetric Rendering for Immersive Scientific Visualization
    Nan Wang, Alexis Paljic and Philippe Fuchs
    Best Student Paper Award
  5. A SURF-based Natural Feature Tracking System for Origami Recognition
    Kening Zhu, Owen Noel Newton Fernando, Adrian David Cheok, Mark Fiala, Theam Wei Yang and Hooman Aghaebrahimi Samani

Posters (Dec 2nd, 10:20-11:00(Teasers) 13:30-15:00(Core Time))

  1. Basic Study on Intelligently Haptic Controllable Shoes with Magnetic-Field Sensitive Gel
    Takehito Kikuchi, Yasunobu Masuda, Tetsu Mitsumata and Suguru Ohori
  2. Basic Study of Human factor on Cognitive Behavior for Driving Simulater
    Noboru Takahashi, Shunzi Shimizu, Yukihiro Hirata, Hiroyuki Nara, Fumikazu Miwakeichi, Nobuhide Hirai, Senichiro Kikuchi, Eiju Watanabe and Satoshi Kato
  3. Interactive Sound Creation System with Depth Camera
    Hiroyo Ishikawa, Takeki Ihara, Takuya Ujihara and Hideo Saito
  4. Analysis for Induced Movement using a Measurement System of Dynamic Posture Behavior
    Takashi Imamura, Hiroyuki Tominaga, Zhong Zhang, Tetsuo Miyake and Kiyoaki Kakihara
  5. Depth Camera to Generate On-line Content for Auto-Stereoscopic Displays
    Francois de Sorbier, Yuko Uematsu and Hideo Saito
  6. Prediction of Visually Perceived Depth of Virtual Objects from Observerfs Action Using Approximation Obtained by Gaussian Function
    Kazutake Uehira, Minoru Yokono and Masahiro Suzuki
  7. Detection and Transmission of "Tsumori": an Archetype of Behavioral Intention in Controlling a Humanoid Robot
    Masataka Niwa, Shinya Okada, Shota Sakaguchi, Kentaro Azuma, Hiroyuki Iizuka, Hideyuki Ando and Taro Maeda
  8. Effect of Wide FOV and Image Stabilization on Spatial Perception for View Sharing System
    Daisuke Kondo, Kyo Hattori, Keitaro Kurosaki, Hiroki Kawasaki, Yuki Hashimoto, Tomoko Yonemura, Hiroyuki Iizuka, Hideyuki Ando and Taro Maeda
  9. Annotation View Management for Wearable Projection
    Keiji Uemura, Keisuke Tajimi, Yasuhiro Kajiwara, Nobuchika Sakata, Mark Billinghurst and Shogo Nishida
  10. Remote Museum Guidance using Augmented Reality Vehicle
    Atsushi Hiyama, Tomoaki Imai, Tomohiro Tanikawa and Michitaka Hirose
  11. weather-vox central: Promotion of Mood Sharing by Extraction of Mood Information from Voice and Presentation to a Shared Space
    Sho Sakurai, Takatsugu Kuriyama, Takuji Narumi, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Masato Sasaki and Michitaka Hirose
  12. AmbiKraf - Ubiquitous Fabric Display
    Roshan Lalintha Peiris, Mili John Tharakan, Owen Noel Newton Fernando and Adrian David Cheok
  13. Sound and Vibration Integrated Cues for Presenting a Virtual Motion
    Taiki Saito, Yasushi Ikei, Tomohiro Amemiya and Koichi Hirota
  14. The Research of Light-Weighted Finger Haptic Device using Voice Coil
    Katsuhito Akahane, Chenxi Yu, Xiangning Liu and Makoto Sato

Demos (Dec 1st, 9:30-10:00(Teasers) 15:30-17:00(Core Time))

  1. Large Scale SAR Prototypes for the Industrial Design Process
    Markus Brocker and Ross T. Smith
  2. Visualizing Environmental Corrosion in Mobile Augmented Reality
    James A. Walsh and Bruce H. Thomas
  3. Supporting the Industrial Design Process With Spatial Augmented Reality
    Shane R. Porter, Ross T. Smith and Bruce H. Thomas
  4. Digital Airbrushing with Spatial Augmented Reality
    Michael R. Marner
  5. Augmented Viewport: An Action at a Distance Technique for Outdoor Augmented Reality using Wearable Computers
    Thuong N. Hoang, Ross T. Smith and Bruce H. Thomas
  6. AR Dictionary: Dynamic Annotation for English Words in Printed Documents
    Yuichiro Fujimoto, Chu Cheng Tse, Makoto Fujisawa, Toshiyuki Amano, Jyun Miyazaki and Hirokazu Kato

Late Breaking Results (Dec 2nd, 10:20-11:00(Teasers) 13:30-15:00(Core Time))

  1. ARPipes: Aligning Virtual Models to their Physical Counterparts with Spatial Augmented Reality
    Benjamin Close, Daniel B. McCulley and Bruce H. Thomas
  2. A Fast Simulation Method Using SPH and Wavelet for Turbulent Flow
    Makoto Fujisawa and Hirokazu Kato
  3. Adding Sound to Silent Video by Identifying Corresponding Motion Vectors
    Tomoya Hirose, Miwa Nishimura, Tsuyoshi Kobayashi, Jun Murayama, Yukihiro Hirata, Tetsuya Harada and Makoto Sato
  4. Enabling Interoperability between 3D Formats through a Generic Architecture
    Rozenn Bouville Berthelot, Jerome Royan, Thierry Duval and Bruno Arnaldi