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Towards Rapid Generation and Visualisation of Large 3D Urban Landscapes for Mobile Device Navigation

Fotis Liarokapis;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2008
  • Publisher: IEEE
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
In this paper a procedural 3D modelling solution for mobile devices is presented based on scripting algorithms allowing for both the automatic and also semi-automatic creation of photorealistic quality virtual urban content. The combination of aerial images, GIS data, 2D ground maps and terrestrial photographs as input data coupled with a user-friendly customized interface permits the automatic and interactive generation of large-scale, accurate, georeferenced and fully-textured 3D virtual city content, content that can be specially optimized for use with mobile devices but also with navigational tasks in mind. Furthermore, a user-centred mobile virtual reality ...
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