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Handheld Augmented Reality on Mobile Phones
Mobile systems are one of the latest hot topics in augmented reality research. There has been a lot of success in creating mobile setups using mobile personal computer hardware such as notebooks. The advantage of those approaches is that mostly the same hard- and software can be used as for traditional setups. The disadvantage is that those setups are not mobile in a sense that a user would like to use them. In the Handheld AR project we focus on realising augmented reality on off-the-shelf mobile devices.