Sensor for In-Motion Continuous 3D Shape Measurement Based on Dual Line-Scan Cameras
AbstractThe acquisition of three-dimensional surface data plays an increasingly important role in the industrial sector. Numerous 3D shape measurement techniques have been developed. However, there are still limitations and challenges in fast measurement of large-scale objects or high-speed moving objects. The innovative line scan technology opens up new potentialities owing to the ultra-high resolution and line rate. To this end, a sensor for in-motion continuous 3D shape measurement based on dual line-scan cameras is presented. In this paper, the principle and structure of the sensor are investigated. The image matching strategy is addressed and the matching error is analyzed. The sensor has been verified by experiments and high-quality results are obtained. View Full-Text
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Sun, B.; Zhu, J.; Yang, L.; Yang, S.; Guo, Y. Sensor for In-Motion Continuous 3D Shape Measurement Based on Dual Line-Scan Cameras. Sensors 2016, 16, 1949.
Sun B, Zhu J, Yang L, Yang S, Guo Y. Sensor for In-Motion Continuous 3D Shape Measurement Based on Dual Line-Scan Cameras. Sensors. 2016; 16(11):1949.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sun, Bo; Zhu, Jigui; Yang, Linghui; Yang, Shourui; Guo, Yin. 2016. "Sensor for In-Motion Continuous 3D Shape Measurement Based on Dual Line-Scan Cameras." Sensors 16, no. 11: 1949.
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