handheld augmented reality

Augmented Reality Anywhere and Anytime   


   Social Augmented Reality

   Information Presentation

   Real-Time Self Localization

   AR Graphics

   AR Navigation

   Augmented Reality Games

   Past Projects



   Hybrid SLAM

   Panorama SLAM

   Planar SLAM

   Model-Based Tracking

   Marker-Based Tracking


Software Libraries

   Studierstube ES

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   Student projects


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The Handheld Augmented Reality
Project is supported by the
following institutions:



Christian Doppler Forschungsgesellschaft


Graz University of Technology




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Past Projects


Augmented business cards (2009)


Small tech demo showing tracking and augmenting business cards using Studierstube Tracker

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Augmented Reality Games (2007)


Development of Multi-player mobile-based Augmented Reality Game.

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Museum Augmented Reality Quest (2007-2005)


Mobile Augmented Reality Quest aims at developing an electronic tour guide for museums based on a self-contained, inexpensive PDA, that delivers a fully interactive 3D Augmented Reality (AR) to a group of visitors.

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Signpost (2007)

Signpost 2007

Created for Microsoft to guide 1000s
of users at Microsoft internal conference.

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Locoball (2007)


A 2D team-based game played
on high-res tracked displays.

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Locoball (2006)


ISMAR 2006 demo showing City Visualization
on various handheld devices.

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Caleb on Smartphone (2006)

Caleb on Smartphone

Technology demo showing Handheld AR technology
on an i-mate SP5 phone.

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Caleb on the Gizmondo

Caleb on the Gizmondo

Technology demo showing Handheld AR technology
on a Gizmondo gaming console.

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Virtuoso (2005)


A Multi-Player Collaborative Art History Learning Game.

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The Invisible Train (2004)

Invisible Train

A Collaborative Handheld Augmented Reality Game.

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SignPost (2003)


A mobile augmented reality navigation guide.

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Kanji Teaching (2003)

A mobile AR memory game.

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website maintained by Tobias Langlotz
last updated on 2011-08-02

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