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17 November 2008 Neural-network calibration of a multiple-line laser-camera range sensor for 3D surface-geometry measurement
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Proceedings Volume 7266, Optomechatronic Technologies 2008; 72661J (2008) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.817411
Event: International Symposium on Optomechatronic Technologies, 2008, San Diego, California, United States
Abstract
Single-line laser-camera range sensors require scanning over the object surface to measure three-dimensional (3D) surface geometry. Full-field 3D surface measurement techniques typically require more than one pattern to be projected and captured by camera. This paper presents a method to calibrate a multiple-line laser-camera range sensor using an artificial neural network (NN) to enable capture of full-field 3D surface geometry using a single projected pattern. The range sensor projects nineteen laser lines onto a surface. During calibration, points in 2D images are extracted from the intersections of nineteen laser profiles and horizontal lines marked on a calibration plate, for several calibration plate positions. A mapping of 2D image coordinates to 3D object coordinates is performed separately for each laser-line projection using a multi-layer perceptron (MLP) neural network. Experiments using different NN configurations found a network with two hidden layers of 43 nodes per layer using the sigmoidal activation function to generate the lowest 3D reconstruction errors. Errors were consistent errors over all calibration positions. Calibration with an acceptable error for many applications can be achieved without knowledge of the camera pose. The fast 3D reconstruction by the trained system may permit low resolution full-field 3D surface-geometry measurement in real-time.
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Chris Yu-Liang Liu and Jonathan Kofman "Neural-network calibration of a multiple-line laser-camera range sensor for 3D surface-geometry measurement", Proc. SPIE 7266, Optomechatronic Technologies 2008, 72661J (17 November 2008); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.817411
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