Code & Data

Sample Code


ATAM (pronounced as ah-tan), designed by Toshiki Sonoda

To learn the whole procedure of the on-site tracking competition, we provide a simple and easy-to-read monocular SLAM code named ATAM. The detail will be presented as a poster at the conference.

Hideaki Uchiyama, Takafumi Taketomi, Sei Ikeda and João Paulo Silva do Monte Lima, “Abecedary Tracking and Mapping: a Toolkit for Tracking Competitions,” Proceedings of the 14th IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality, pp.198-199, 2015.

You can participate in the competition by implementing your original ideas on ATAM. Please visit the page regularly to check the code is updated or not. If you have questions or requests (preprint of the poster), please email to ismar2015.competition[at]

Data format

The 3D coordinates of the challenge points will be provided in challenge.txt. The format is

1 0 1 10
7 5 12 1
11 53 34 5
The number of challenge points
ID1 X1 Y1 Z1
ID2 X2 Y2 Z2
ID3 X3 Y3 Z3