Indirect augmented reality (IAR) enables to achieve the high-quality fusion of real and virtual worlds without jitters by preliminarily capturing an omnidirectional image and embedding virtual objects into it. However, existing IAR methods have a problem that a user cannot experience the applications at an unknown location because they need the pre-captured omnidirectional image. In this report, we introduce a new method for IAR that simultaneously creates a panoramic image with virtual objects in online by stitching images and shows AR images without jitters between real and virtual worlds. In experiments, we show how the proposed method works in a real world situation.
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