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Automatic Interior Design in Augmented Reality Based on Hierarchical Tree of Procedural Rules

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  • Peter Kán, Institute of Visual Computing and Human-Centered Technology, TU Wien
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  • Andrija Kurtic, COZYO, Østrig
  • Mohamed Radwan, COZYO, Institute of Visual Computing and Human-Centered Technology, TU Wien, Østrig
  • Jorge M. Loáiciga Rodríguez, COZYO, Østrig
Augmented reality has a high potential in interior design due to its capability of visualizing numerous prospective designs directly in a target room. In this paper, we present our research on utilization of augmented reality for interactive and personalized furnishing. We propose a new algorithm for automated interior design which generates sensible and personalized furniture configurations. This algorithm is combined with mobile augmented reality system to provide a user with an interactive interior design try-out tool. Personalized design is achieved via a recommender system which uses user preferences and room data as input. We conducted three user studies to explore different aspects of our research. The first study investigated the user preference between augmented reality and on-screen visualization for interactive interior design. In the second user study, we studied the user preference between our algorithm for automated interior design and optimization-based algorithm. Finally, the third study evaluated the probability of sensible design generation by the compared algorithms. The main outcome of our research suggests that augmented reality is viable technology for interactive home furnishing.
Antal sider17
StatusUdgivet - feb. 2021

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