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Sensors, Volume 18, Issue 6 (June 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Pulse-based Time-of-Flight (PB-ToF) cameras are an attractive alternative range imaging approach, [...] Read more. Pulse-based Time-of-Flight (PB-ToF) cameras are an attractive alternative range imaging approach, compared to the widely commercialized Amplitude Modulated Continuous-Wave Time-of-Flight (AMCW-ToF) approach. Evaluating different ToF-related effects of a PB-ToF prototype, i.e., temperature drift, systematic error, depth inhomogeneity, multi-path effects, and motion artefacts, as well as setting up simulation models in order to capture the systematic error of PB-ToF cameras is essential for the future use and development of range sensing cameras. The figure depicts the basic PB-ToF principle, i.e., the temporal relation between light pulse and gating. View Paper here.