• Augmented Reality on Mobile Devices Using Both Front and Rear Cameras

      Liu, Tongtong (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      When people buy sunglasses in the store, it is hard for them to see themselves wearing sunglasses in the mirror. Besides, if people want to buy glasses online, they can't try on the glasses and they don't know if the glasses ...
    • Detection and Recognition for Multiple Flames Using Deep Learning

      Xin, Chen (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Object recognition is one of the critical fields of intelligent surveillance which can be applied to tackle multiple security issues. The recognition of a flame is an extended research direction which has significant ...
    • Exploration of the 3D world on the internet using commodity virtual reality devices

      Tran, Huy Quang (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      This thesis describes the development of a graphically interactive and online Virtual Reality (VR) application. Based on keywords provided by users, it automatically retrieves and display stereoscopic contents from the ...
    • How Albot1 Computes Its Enduring Maps and Finds Its Way Home

      Pang, Wenwang (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      This thesis continues the experimentation with Albot1, the second in the series of Albots, in search for a theory of cognitive mapping. Albots are robots created in the Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research (CAIR) ...
    • Pictorial markers with hidden codes and their potential applications

      Le, Huy (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Most of the today’s Augmented Reality (AR) applications would use either black and white data markers or pictorial (template) markers to allocate, identify, and render the virtual information on the real scene. The data ...