Francois Berard and Thibault Louis.
A low-latency, high-precision handheld perspective corrected display.
In Adjunct Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium for Mixed and Augmented Reality 2018 (To appear). 2018.
Handheld Perspective Corrected Displays (HPCDs) are physical objects covered by virtual images of a 3D scene. The images are computed as to create the illusion that the scene is contained in the device. HPCDs can offer a direct interaction that is isomorphic to the manipulation of physical objects. We demonstrate a spherical HPCD using external projection. The system improves over previous works by offering a lightweight wireless seamless display with head-coupled stereo, robust tracking, and low latency. This contributes to create one of the most convincing illusion of presence of a virtual scene.