A 3D Sensor Based on a Profilometrical Approach
AbstractAn improved method which considers the use of Fourier and wavelet transform based analysis to infer and extract 3D information from an object by fringe projection on it is presented. This method requires a single image which contains a sinusoidal white light fringe pattern projected on it, and this pattern has a known spatial frequency and its information is used to avoid any discontinuities in the fringes with high frequency. Several computer simulations and experiments have been carried out to verify the analysis. The comparison between numerical simulations and experiments has proved the validity of this proposed method. View Full-Text
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Pedraza-Ortega, J.C.; Efren Gorrostieta-Hurtado, E.; Delgado-Rosas, M.; Canchola-Magdaleno, S.L.; Ramos-Arreguin, J.M.; Aceves Fernandez, M.A.; Sotomayor-Olmedo, A. A 3D Sensor Based on a Profilometrical Approach. Sensors 2009, 9, 10326-10340.
Pedraza-Ortega JC, Efren Gorrostieta-Hurtado E, Delgado-Rosas M, Canchola-Magdaleno SL, Ramos-Arreguin JM, Aceves Fernandez MA, Sotomayor-Olmedo A. A 3D Sensor Based on a Profilometrical Approach. Sensors. 2009; 9(12):10326-10340.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pedraza-Ortega, Jesús Carlos; Efren Gorrostieta-Hurtado, Efren; Delgado-Rosas, Manuel; Canchola-Magdaleno, Sandra L.; Ramos-Arreguin, Juan Manuel; Aceves Fernandez, Marco A.; Sotomayor-Olmedo, Artemio. 2009. "A 3D Sensor Based on a Profilometrical Approach." Sensors 9, no. 12: 10326-10340.