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Title: Fusion Book
Authors: Thotabaduge, N.M.
Hettiarachchi, P.H.A.M.P
De Silva, L.S.G.
Kularatne, W.M.A.S.B
Tennakoon, S.B.
Wijesundara, M.
Keywords: Augmented Reality
Fusion Book,
Virtual Reality
Mixed Reality
Augmented Virtuality
Issue Date: Dec-2009
Publisher: SLIIT
Citation: PSRS2009
Series/Report no.: SLIIT/LIB/;
Abstract: Fusion Book (FB) is an invention which completed in the Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology (SLIIT) as a final year project, based on the Augmented Reality Technology. Recent progress in display technologies allows the development of electronic books covering better visual quality for reading. This continues a long line of advances aimed at enhancing the traditional printed book with electronic features: audio book, multimedia CD ROM book, online interactive book, electronic book readers, etc. But those users still love the physicality of a real book, which covers a broad range of advantages: transportability, flexibility, robustness, etc. The motivation of the team’s work is to consider about those issues and invent an Augmented Reality technology based book prototype. To do this task the team examines the past experiences and other researches, which are related to the Augmented Reality technology. As the name implies in Fusion Book the reality system has to combine with the interactive computer-generated world in such a way that they appear as one environment. As the user moves around the real object, the virtual (i.e. computer generated) one reacts as it is completely integrated with the real world. Because, the computer generated delusion objects interact with real physical items and the Fusion Book allows users to feel fantasy on top of an actual book in a real-time manner. Definitely this product will enhance the feel and the familiarity of the user. Even though this is a product, which is focused to give insightful educational programs, this can be used to advance the amusement of the user as well.
ISSN: 1800-3591
Appears in Collections:NCTM - SLIIT 2009

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