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Modulated Acquisition of Spatial Distortion Maps
AbstractThis work discusses a novel approach to image acquisition which improves the robustness of captured data required for 3D range measurements. By applying a pseudo-random code modulation to sequential acquisition of projected patterns the impact of environmental factors such as ambient light and mutual interference is significantly reduced. The proposed concept has been proven with an experimental range sensor based on the laser triangulation principle. The proposed design can potentially enhance the use of this principle to a variety of outdoor applications, such as autonomous vehicles, pedestrians’ safety, collision avoidance, and many other tasks, where robust real-time distance detection in real world environment is crucial.
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Volkov, A.; Gros, J.Ž.; Žganec, M.; Javornik, T.; Švigelj, A. Modulated Acquisition of Spatial Distortion Maps. Sensors 2013, 13, 11069-11084.View more citation formats
Volkov A, Gros JŽ, Žganec M, Javornik T, Švigelj A. Modulated Acquisition of Spatial Distortion Maps. Sensors. 2013; 13(8):11069-11084.Chicago/Turabian Style
Volkov, Alexey; Gros, Jerneja Ž.; Žganec, Mario; Javornik, Tomaž; Švigelj, Aleš. 2013. "Modulated Acquisition of Spatial Distortion Maps." Sensors 13, no. 8: 11069-11084.
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