Registration of Feature-Poor 3D Measurements from Fringe Projection
AbstractWe propose a novel method for registration of partly overlapping three-dimensional surface measurements for stereo-based optical sensors using fringe projection. Based on two-dimensional texture matching, it allows global registration of surfaces with poor and ambiguous three-dimensional features, which are common to surface inspection applications. No prior information about relative sensor position is necessary, which makes our approach suitable for semi-automatic and manual measurement. The algorithm is robust and works with challenging measurements, including uneven illumination, surfaces with specular reflection as well as sparsely textured surfaces. We show that precisions of 1 mm and below can be achieved along the surfaces, which is necessary for further local 3D registration. View Full-Text
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von Enzberg, S.; Al-Hamadi, A.; Ghoneim, A. Registration of Feature-Poor 3D Measurements from Fringe Projection. Sensors 2016, 16, 283.
von Enzberg S, Al-Hamadi A, Ghoneim A. Registration of Feature-Poor 3D Measurements from Fringe Projection. Sensors. 2016; 16(3):283.Chicago/Turabian Style
von Enzberg, Sebastian; Al-Hamadi, Ayoub; Ghoneim, Ahmed. 2016. "Registration of Feature-Poor 3D Measurements from Fringe Projection." Sensors 16, no. 3: 283.
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