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1 May 2014 Phase aided 3D imaging and modeling: dedicated systems and case studies
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Dedicated prototype systems for 3D imaging and modeling (3DIM) are presented. The 3D imaging systems are based on the principle of phase-aided active stereo, which have been developed in our laboratory over the past few years. The reported 3D imaging prototypes range from single 3D sensor to a kind of optical measurement network composed of multiple node 3D-sensors. To enable these 3D imaging systems, we briefly discuss the corresponding calibration techniques for both single sensor and multi-sensor optical measurement network, allowing good performance of the 3DIM prototype systems in terms of measurement accuracy and repeatability. Furthermore, two case studies including the generation of high quality color model of movable cultural heritage and photo booth from body scanning are presented to demonstrate our approach.
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Yongkai Yin, Dong He, Zeyi Liu, Xiaoli Liu, and Xiang Peng "Phase aided 3D imaging and modeling: dedicated systems and case studies", Proc. SPIE 9132, Optical Micro- and Nanometrology V, 91320Q (1 May 2014); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2051850
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