Remote Sensor for Spatial Measurements by Using Optical Scanning
AbstractIn this paper, we propose a low-cost contact-free measurement system for both 3-D data acquisition and fast surface parameter registration by digitized points. Despite the fact that during the last decade several approaches for both contact-free measurement techniques aimed at carrying out object surface recognition and 3-D object recognition have been proposed, they often still require complex and expensive equipment. Therefore, alternative low cost solutions are in great demand. Here, two low-cost solutions to the above-mentioned problem are presented. These are two examples of practical applications of the novel passive optical scanning system presented in this paper. View Full-Text
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Sergiyenko, O.; Hernandez, W.; Tyrsa, V.; Cruz, L.F.D.; Starostenko, O.; Peña-Cabrera, M. Remote Sensor for Spatial Measurements by Using Optical Scanning. Sensors 2009, 9, 5477-5492.
Sergiyenko O, Hernandez W, Tyrsa V, Cruz LFD, Starostenko O, Peña-Cabrera M. Remote Sensor for Spatial Measurements by Using Optical Scanning. Sensors. 2009; 9(7):5477-5492.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sergiyenko, Oleg; Hernandez, Wilmar; Tyrsa, Vira; Cruz, Luis Felipe Devia; Starostenko, Oleg; Peña-Cabrera, Mario. 2009. "Remote Sensor for Spatial Measurements by Using Optical Scanning." Sensors 9, no. 7: 5477-5492.