Angewandte Referenzarchitektur für virtuelle Dienste und Anwendungen

Angewandte Referenzarchitektur für virtuelle Dienste und Anwendungen

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ARVIDA is a project funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) with actually 23 partners from research and industry. The main goal of the project is the creation of a service oriented reference architecture for virtual technologies (VT). The service orientation and the usage or rather adaption of available internet and VT-standards ensure interoperability between different modules and VT applications. A broad cross-company evaluation of the reference architecture in selected industrial scenarios guarantees that the results can be used as a future standard. The department Augmented Vision at DFKI deals in this project with a target-actual comparison for virtual product verification. Thereby a real object is captured in real-time and compared to a CAD model of the object. Though algorithms for high precision reconstruction of objects with small or medium size using low-cost depth cameras are investigated and developed.


Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung


Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung

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Dr. sc. nat. Hilko Hoffmann


The new AR discrepancy check, which is able to capture scene geometry in real-time using a RGB-D camera


Publications about the project

Johannes Behr, Roland Blach, Ulrich Bockholt, Andreas Harth, Hilko Hoffmann, Manuel Huber, Tobias Käfer, Felix Leif Keppmann, Frieder Pankratz, Dmitri Rubinstein, René Schubotz, Christian Vogelgesang, Gerrit Voss, Philipp Westner, Konrad Zürl

In: Werner Schreiber, Konrad Zürl, Peter Zimmermann. Web-basierte Anwendungen Virtueller Techniken. Pages 117-191 ISBN 9783662529553 9783662529560 Springer Vieweg Berlin, Heidelberg 2017.

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German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz