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With the rise in popularity of serious games there is an increasing demand for virtual environments based on real-world locations. Emergency evacuation or fire safety training are prime examples of serious games that would benefit from accurate location depiction together with any application involving personal space. However, creating digital indoor models of real-world spaces is a difficult task and the results obtained by applying current techniques are often not suitable for use in real-time virtual environments. To address this problem, we have developed an application called LevelEd AR that makes indoor modelling accessible by utilizing consumer grade technology in the form of Apple's ARKit and a smartphone. We compared our system to that of a tape measure and a system based on an infra-red depth sensor and application. We evaluated the accuracy and efficiency of each system over four different measuring tasks of increasing complexity. Our results suggest that our application is more accurate than the depth sensor system and as accurate and more time efficient as the tape measure over several tasks. Participants also showed a preference to our LevelEd AR application over the depth sensor system regarding usability. Finally, we carried out a preliminary case study that demonstrates how LevelEd AR can be successfully used as part of current industry workflows for serious games level design.

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Virtual Reality Callouts - Demonstrating Knowledge With Spatial-Related Textual Information
Horst, Robin / Degreif, Anika / Mathy, Marvin / Dörner, Ralf | 2019
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Assisting Serious Games Level Design with an Augmented Reality Application and Workflow
Beever, Lee / Pop, Serban / John, Nigel W. | 2019
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Optimising Underwater Environments for Mobile VR
Cenydd, Llyr ap / Headleand, Christopher | 2019
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Deformed Reality
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Generating High Fidelity Surface Meshes of Neocortical Neurons using Skin Modifiers
Abdellah, Marwan / Favreau, Cyrille / Hernando, Juan / Lapere, Samuel / Schürmann, Felix | 2019
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Fast and Efficient Nearest Neighbor Search for Particle Simulations
Gross, Julian / Köster, Marcel / Krüger, Antonio | 2019
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Evaluating Models for Virtual Forestry Generation and Tree Placement in Games
Williams, Benjamin / Ritsos, Panagiotis D. / Headleand, Christopher | 2019
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Accelerating Surface Tension Calculation in SPH via Particle Classification and Monte Carlo Integration
Zorrilla, Fernando / Sappl, Johannes / Rauch, Wolfgang / Harders, Matthias | 2019
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Hash-based Hierarchical Caching for Interactive Previews in Global Illumination Rendering
Roth, Thorsten / Weier, Martin / Bauszat, Pablo / Hinkenjann, André / Li, Yongmin | 2019
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Deep Terrain Expansion: Terrain Texture Synthesis with Deep Learning
Toulatzis, Vasilis / Fudos, Ioannis | 2019
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Controlling 3D Visualisations with Multiple Degrees of Freedom
Sandoval, Mario / Morris, Tim / Turner, Martin | 2019
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Comparing Gestural Interfaces using Kinect and OpenPose
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Registration of 3D Triangular Models to 2D X-ray Projections Using Black-box Optimisation and X-ray Simulation
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Robust and Flexible Puzzle Solving with Corner-based Cycle Consistent Correspondences
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Projectional Radiography Simulator: an Interactive Teaching Tool
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A Mesh Correspondence Approach for Efficient Animation Transfer
Moutafidou, Anastasia / Fudos, Ioannis | 2019
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Recognising Human-Object Interactions Using Attention-based LSTMs
Almushyti, Muna / Li, Frederick W. B. | 2019
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Towards a Tool for the Creation of Micro-visualisations
Jackson, James Robert / Ritsos, Panagiotis D. / Roberts, Jonathan C. | 2019
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Sampling with Pinwheel Tiles
Ahmed, Abdalla G. M. | 2019
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Colour Processing in Adversarial Attacks on Face Liveness Systems
Abduh, Latifah / Ivrissimtzis, Ioannis | 2019
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