FURI | Spring 2018
Spatiotemporal Framework for Dynamic Merged Reality Content Creation
Merged Reality produces immersive user experiences by combining the real world with the virtual world to create new environments and visualizations. The objective of this research focused on building a spatiotemporal framework that assists in dynamic merged reality content creation. The tool will allow users to take computer-generated holographic data and map it to physical objects so that they are able to interact in real-time. By working with the AMUSEUM, educational holographic data will be mapped to exhibits using the Hololens in which visitors can then see with their mobile device.
Hometown: Okinawa, Japan
Graduation date: Spring 2019