A technique for identifying a person and displaying a banner using Augmented Reality (AR) is described. The person is identified by comparing data gathered from orientation sensors such as gyroscope, accelerometer, etc., present in a smartphone of the person with estimated sensor data of the person (e.g. approximate readings of orientation sensors of the smartphone are estimated basis person’s motion/movement, which is detected by analyzing images of the person). Finally, AR is used to display an AR banner or an AR bubble (a 3D object) on top of the identified person. The AR banner or the AR bubble may be displayed by superimposing information (e.g. advertisements, details associated with the person, etc.) to be displayed on real-world scenes or by presenting the information on a screen.
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Anonymous, "Person Identification and Displaying AR Banners", Technical Disclosure Commons, (January 02, 2019)