Design and Implementation of Interactive Augmented Trial Room

International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering
© 2015 by SSRG - IJCSE Journal
Volume 2 Issue 3
Year of Publication : 2015
Authors : Dr. N.Pughazendi, G.Madankumar, R.Rajkumar, R.Ramsuraj

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Dr. N.Pughazendi, G.Madankumar, R.Rajkumar, R.Ramsuraj, "Design and Implementation of Interactive Augmented Trial Room" SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering 2.3 (2015): 35-39.

APA Style:

Dr. N.Pughazendi, G.Madankumar, R.Rajkumar, R.Ramsuraj,(2015). Design and Implementation of Interactive Augmented Trial Room. SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering 2.3,35-39.

Abstract:

This paper gives user friendly visual interface which auto-detect the human face and tries to merge the chosen accessories (either jewelry or eye-glasses) on them using a webcam as an input device and displays it to the screen based on Augmented Reality [AR]. With this, a lot time is saved to choose the accessories in a virtual display. To achieve this we use HAAR algorithm which takes the responsibility to detect the face thereby merging the accessory. Here the accessories are merged using the joints and position of the coordinates. Thus by doing so, the accessories are automatically positioned to the detected human face using an affine transformation. In addition, our proposed paper also detects the red pixels on the user‟s finger tip to change the accessories based on the gesture automatically. Thus this makes an user-friendly virtual trial room application instead of a real-time trail room.

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Key Words:

 Augmented reality, Merging accessories, fitting system, face pose and scale.