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Hardware components for augmented reality are: processor, display, sensors and input devices. Modern mobile computing devices like smartphones and tablet computers contain these elements which often include a camera and MEMS sensors such as accelerometer , GPS , and solid state compass , making them suitable AR platforms. [14]

Various technologies are used in Augmented Reality rendering including optical projection systems , monitors , hand held devices , and display systems worn on the human body.

A head-mounted display (HMD) is a display device paired to the forehead such as a harness or helmet. HMDs place images of both the physical world and virtual objects over the user's field of view. Modern HMDs often employ sensors for six degrees of freedom monitoring that allow the system to align virtual information to the physical world and adjust accordingly with the user's head movements. [15] [16] [17] HMDs can provide VR users mobile and collaborative experiences. [18] Specific providers, such as uSens and Gestigon , are even including gesture controls for full virtual immersion . [19] [20]

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Hardware components for augmented reality are: processor, display, sensors and input devices. Modern mobile computing devices like smartphones and tablet computers contain these elements which often include a camera and MEMS sensors such as accelerometer , GPS , and solid state compass , making them suitable AR platforms. [14]

Various technologies are used in Augmented Reality rendering including optical projection systems , monitors , hand held devices , and display systems worn on the human body.

A head-mounted display (HMD) is a display device paired to the forehead such as a harness or helmet. HMDs place images of both the physical world and virtual objects over the user's field of view. Modern HMDs often employ sensors for six degrees of freedom monitoring that allow the system to align virtual information to the physical world and adjust accordingly with the user's head movements. [15] [16] [17] HMDs can provide VR users mobile and collaborative experiences. [18] Specific providers, such as uSens and Gestigon , are even including gesture controls for full virtual immersion . [19] [20]

UPDATE, code for OpenCV3 + Android Studio is on GitHub This tutorial is for older samples, if you are starting with the new ones (2.4.6) please look at this updated tutorial . Method and principles of matching are the same for both.

Finally I found some time to write promised tutorial of eye detection and template matching on Android. Since OpenCV for Android is getting better and better, some code snippets can be old and not the best possible way to solve the problem. If you found some improvements, please comment or contact me, I will edit this post and share it to others.

We take standard OpenCV example for face detections and extends it a little.
Android OpenCV SDK can be found here
If you arent’n familiar with Eclipse and OpenCV yet, please read basic setup of opencv4android first.
Import Face detection sample to Eclipse and clean/build the project to be sure is correctly imported and working.