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  • Computing Real-Time Dynamic Origin/Destination Matrices from Vehicle-Infrastructure Messages using a Multi-Agent System

    MARTÍNEZ PLUMÉ, JAVIER; CASTELLÓ BELTRÁN, JOAQUÍN; TORNERO GAVILÁ, RAFAEL

    (2012). Participació en congressos

    International conference: 10th international conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems.

    Proceedings of 10th international conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems. Conference in CORE ranking, type C. International book chapter.

    ISSN: ISBN: 978-3-642-28761-9
  • Consideraciones para la modificación de los límites de velocidad en base a la accidentalidad

    Martínez Durá, Juan José; Villar Moreno, Lorena; Martínez Plumé, Javier; Cirilo Gimeno, Ramón Vicente; García Celda, Antonio

    (2012). Llibre

    Plataforma Tecnológica Española de la Carretera.

    ISBN: 978-84-616-1559-9
  • The right to privacy in Spain. The debate on privacy and security over the network

    Martínez Martínez, Ricard

    (2012). Llibre

    Regulation and Markets.

  • El derecho y el Cloud Computing

    Martínez Martínez, Ricard

    (2012). Llibre

    Derecho y Cloud Computing.

    ISBN: 978-84-470-3852-7
  • An Agent-based Test-bed for road information systems

    Sáez Esteve, Arturo; Martínez Durá, Juan José; Tomás López, Vicente Ramón; Isabel Martí

    (2012). Article

    Iet Intelligent Transport Systems. No.Article ISI Q3

  • El complejo encaje normativo de la propuesta de reglamento general de protección de datos de la Unión Euroea

    Martínez Martínez, Ricard;

    (2012). Article

    Actualidad Jurídica Aranzadi. No.Article IN-RECJ Q1

  • NOVATICA: ObservAR, sistema de realidad aumentada multiusuario para exposiciones

    Gimeno, Jesús; Olanda, Ricardo; Martínez, Bibiana; Sanchez, Fernando M.

    (2011). Article

    Full article.

    En la actualidad, los museos y salas de exposiciones buscan nuevas formas de mostrar al público sus colecciones de una manera más atractiva. Para ello, emplean nuevas tecnologías como la realidad aumentada, que permiten involucrar activamente al público de forma física, intelectual y social. En este artículo se presenta el diseño y la puesta en funcionamiento de un sistema de realidad aumentada que ofrece un nuevo tipo de experiencia educativa. El sistema está formado por pantallas de visualización que integran el contenido real de la sala de exposición, incluido el público, con elementos audiovisuales y objetos 3D virtuales con los cuales se interactúa a través de un sistema de marcas...

    En la actualidad, los museos y salas de exposiciones buscan nuevas formas de mostrar al público sus colecciones de una manera más atractiva. Para ello, emplean nuevas tecnologías como la realidad aumentada, que permiten involucrar activamente al público de forma física, intelectual y social. En este artículo se presenta el diseño y la puesta en funcionamiento de un sistema de realidad aumentada que ofrece un nuevo tipo de experiencia educativa. El sistema está formado por pantallas de visualización que integran el contenido real de la sala de exposición, incluido el público, con elementos audiovisuales y objetos 3D virtuales con los cuales se interactúa a través de un sistema de marcas natural e intuitivo. La aplicación de este sistema se ha llevado a cabo con éxito en la exposición “Valencia, tierra de comarcas: Diálogos con el patrimonio” donde se realiza un recorrido por el patrimonio cultural de la comunidad valenciana.

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  • An Augmented Reality (AR) CAD System at Construction Sites

    Gimeno, Jesús; Morillo, Pedro; Casas, Sergio; Fernández, Marcos

    (2011). Article

    Published on the book: Augmented Reality, some emerging application areas, ISBN: 978-953-307-422-1. --- In this work, key aspects of AR in construction sites are faced and a construction AR aided inspecting system is proposed and tested. Real world would appear in the background with the construction plans superimposed, allowing users not only to inspect all the visible elements of a given building, but also to guarantee that these elements are built in the correct place and orientation. Besides merging computer-generated information from CAD (Computer Aided Design) plans and real images of the building process, the proposed system allows users to add annotation, comment or errors as the...

    Published on the book: Augmented Reality, some emerging application areas, ISBN: 978-953-307-422-1. --- In this work, key aspects of AR in construction sites are faced and a construction AR aided inspecting system is proposed and tested. Real world would appear in the background with the construction plans superimposed, allowing users not only to inspect all the visible elements of a given building, but also to guarantee that these elements are built in the correct place and orientation. Besides merging computer-generated information from CAD (Computer Aided Design) plans and real images of the building process, the proposed system allows users to add annotation, comment or errors as the building process is completed. Since this information is saved in DXF (Drawing Exchange Format) format, a new layer can be added to the original CAD plans including the accomplished modifications. Therefore, users can import original CAD plans to be visualized on real environments, to perform the required modifications using actual image from the current states of the construction site and, finally, to save the final results in the original CAD file. The aim of this new way of working is not to replace the usual CAD applications, but to add a new, more intuitive, faster and reliable stage, in the testing, assessment and modification of plans for construction and reconstruction projects.

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  • Interact'11: Multiuser augmented reality system for indoor exhibitions

    Gimeno, Jesús; Olanda, Ricardo; Martínez, Bibiana; Sanchez, Fernando M.

    (2011). Article

    Full article.

    Over the last years, museums and galleries are looking for new ways to show exhibitions to visitors. For that purpose, new technologies like augmented reality are used. In this paper an augmented reality system for indoor exhibitions is presented. The system is formed by visualization screens that mix exhibition environment, visitors included, with multimedia and virtual 3D objects which visitors can manipulate naturally using a markers system. This system has been used in the exhibition “Valencia, tierra de comarcas: Diálogos con el patrimonio”, which deals with a trip through the valencian cultural heritage.

    Poster

  • Interact'11: Augmented Mirror: Interactive Augmented Reality System based on Kinect

    Vera, Lucia; Gimeno, Jesús; Coma, Inmaculada; Fernández, Marcos

    (2011). Article

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    In this paper we present a virtual character controlled by an actor in real time, who talks with an audience through an augmented mirror. The application, which integrates video images, the avatar and other virtual objects within an Augmented Reality system, has been implemented using a mixture of technologies: two kinect systems for motion capture, depth map and real images, a gyroscope to detect head movements, and control algorithms to manage avatar emotions