RX MagicVirtualBox is an aCrm net technology that completely immerse a user inside a (synthetic) Virtual Environment (VE).
RX MagicVirtualBox technology allows the user to see the real world, with virtual objects superimposed upon or composited with the real world.
RX MagicVirtualBox supplements reality, rather than completely replacing it.
The virtual and real objects coexisted in the same space, similar to the effects achieved in the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
To show Figures like Figuer 1 It shows a real desk with a real phone. Inside this room are also a virtual lamp and two virtual chairs.
Note that the objects are combined in three dimensions, so that the virtual lamp covers the real table, and the real table
covers parts of the two virtual chairs.
RX MagicVirtualBox technology
1. Combines real and virtual
2. Is interactive in real time
3. Is registered in three dimensions
Why is combining real and virtual objects in 3D useful?
Augmented reality enhances a user’s perception of and interaction with the real world. The virtual objects display
information that the user cannot directly detect with his own senses.
The information conveyed by the virtual objects helps a user perform real-world tasks
The classes of potential AR applications we have been explored: Media-News, Entertainment, Annotation and Visualization, Medical, Real estate, Tourism, Fashion, Military Infrastructure, Manufacturing and Repair.
RX VirtualMagicBox could be used to annotate objects and environments
with public or private information. Applications using public information assume the availability of public databases to draw upon. For example, a hand-held display could provide information about the contents of library shelves as the user walks around the library.
Alternately, these annotations might be private notes attached to specific objects.
Attaching windows from a standard user interface onto specific locations in real world.
the world, or attached to specific objects as reminders Besides adding objects to a real environment, augmented reality also has the potential to remove them. RX VirtualMagicBox has focused on adding and removing virtual objects to a real environment.
So , RX VirtualMagicBox overlays might also be used to remove or hide parts of the real environment from a user.
With RX VirtualMagicBox we can remove a desk in the real environment, draw a representation of the real walls and floors behind the desk and Â paint Â that over the real desk, effectively removing it from the user’s sight.
RX VirtualMagicBox could be extended to include sound. The user would wear headphones equipped with microphones on the outside.
The headphones would add synthetic, directional 3D sound, while the external microphones would detect incoming sounds from the environment. This would give the system a chance to mask or cover up selected real sounds from the environment by
generating a masking signal that exactly canceled the incoming real sound
How Does RX VirtualMagicBox works?
RX VirtualMagicBox integrates concepts and techniques from areas such as computer vision, computer 3D graphics and image processing.
It amplifies the view a user has from the real world by means of the combination of 3D virtual objects with real world objects.
The user keeps a feeling of presence in the real world, in opposition to virtual reality (VR) where the user is fully immersed in the virtual environment and loses contact with the real environment.
HVT is the first application of RX VirtualMagicBox where we amplify the current vision of the historical heritage in the world, providing a view to the architectural past coupled to the real physical space.