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Dipl.-Inf. Jan Herling

Phone +49 3677 69 4740

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Dipl.-Inf. Jan Herling

Research Assistant

Contact

Ilmenau University of Technology
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Institute of Media and Communication Science
Department of Virtual Worlds and Digital Games
Ehrenbergstraße 29
D-98693 Ilmenau

Room: EAZ 2316 (Ernst-Abbe-Zentrum)

Phone: +49 3677 69-4740
Fax: +49 3677 69-4724

E-Mail: jan.herling@tu-ilmenau.de

Consultation Hours

whenever the door is open

Further information about the person

Curriculum

since 06/2009

Research Assistant / PhD Student at Department of Virtual Worlds and Digital Games at TU Ilmenau

major area of work: Diminished Reality and Mediated Reality

minor area of work: VR / AR framework development for mobile devices, computer vision, feature based tracking, 3D rendering, game development, teaching and thesis supervision

07/2008 - 05/2009

Research Assistant at the Collaborative Virtual and Augmented Environments Department at the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT in Sankt Augustin

area of work: Morgan VR / AR framework development, feature based tracking, 3D rendering, rapid prototyping, assistance in EU projects IPCity, EXPLOAR and CoSpaces

06/2003 - 08/2008

Student Assistant at the Collaborative Virtual and Augmented Environments Department at the Fraunhofer Institute FIT in Sankt Augustin

area of work: SmallView and Morgan VR / AR framework development, 3D rendering, rapid prototyping, assistance in EU projects ARTHUR, IPerg and Connect

10/2002 - 08/2008

Study of Computer Science at RWTH Aachen

major subject: computer graphics

minor subject: electrotechnology

diploma thesis: Realization of an adaptive tracking system for ubiquitous mixed reality environments.

Selected Publications

Herling, J. and Broll, W. Random model variation for universal feature tracking. In Proceedings of the 18th ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology, VRST' 12, 169 - 176, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, December 2012. ACM.
Patent pending (PCT/EP2012/069161)

Herling, J. and Broll, W.: PixMix: A Real-Time Approach to High-Quality Diminished Reality. In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality 2012 (ISMAR' 2012), 141-150, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, November 2012.
Patent pending (PCT/EP2012/067352)

Herling, J. and Broll, W.: Markerless Tracking for Augmented Reality (Book Chapter), in Handbook of Augmented Reality, Springer 2011, 255 - 272, ISBN 978-1-4614-0064-6, New York

Herling, J. and Broll, W.: An Adaptive Training-free Feature Tracker for Mobile Phones. Proceedings of the 17th ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology 2010 (VRST' 2010), Hong Kong, November 2010.

Herling, J. and Broll, W.: Advanced Self-contained Object Removal for Realizing Real-time Diminished Reality in Unconstrained Environments. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality 2010 (ISMAR' 2010), Seoul, South Korea, Oktober 2010, 207 - 212.
Patent pending (US 13/270,417)

Herling, J., and Broll, W.: The Ocean framework: providing the basis for next-gen MR applications. Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on Software Engineering and Architectures for Realtime Interactive Systems (SEARIS) at IEEE Virtual Reality 2010 (VR 2010), Shaker, 2010, 33 – 39.

Broll, W., and Herling, J.: Supporting Reusability of VR and AR Interface Elements and Interaction Techniques. HCI (13) 2009: 145-153

Broll, W., Herling, J., and Blum, L.: Interactive Bits: Prototyping of Mixed Reality Applications and Interaction Techniques through Visual Programming. 3D User Interfaces, 2008: 109-115

Wittkämper, M., Lindt, I., Broll, W., Ohlenburg, J., Herling, J:, and Ghellal, S.: Exploring augmented live video streams for remote participation. CHI Extended Abstracts 2007: 1881-1886

Wittkämper, M., Braun, A.-K., Herbst, I., and Herling, J.: A Distributed System for Augmented Reality Experiences in Science Centers and Museums. Edutainment 2007: 936-946