Hybrid 3D Shape Measurement Using the MEMS Scanning Micromirror
AbstractA surface with large reflection variations represents one of the biggest challenges for optical 3D shape measurement. In this work, we propose an alternative hybrid 3D shape measurement approach, which combines the high accuracy of fringe projection profilometry (FPP) with the robustness of laser stripe scanning (LSS). To integrate these two technologies into one system, first, we developed a biaxial Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) scanning micromirror projection system. In this system, a shaped laser beam serves as a light source. The MEMS micromirror projects the laser beam onto the object surface. Different patterns are produced by controlling the laser source and micromirror jointly. Second, a quality wised algorithm is delivered to develop a hybrid measurement scheme. FPP is applied to obtain the main 3D information. Then, LSS helps to reconstruct the missing depth guided by the quality map. After this, the data fusion algorithm is used to merge and output complete measurement results. Finally, our experiments show significant improvement in the accuracy and robustness of measuring a surface with large reflection variations. In the experimental instance, the accuracy of the proposed method is improved by 0.0278 mm and the integrity is improved by 83.55%. View Full-Text
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Yang, T.; Zhang, G.; Li, H.; Zhou, X. Hybrid 3D Shape Measurement Using the MEMS Scanning Micromirror. Micromachines 2019, 10, 47.
Yang T, Zhang G, Li H, Zhou X. Hybrid 3D Shape Measurement Using the MEMS Scanning Micromirror. Micromachines. 2019; 10(1):47.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yang, Tao; Zhang, Guanliang; Li, Huanhuan; Zhou, Xiang. 2019. "Hybrid 3D Shape Measurement Using the MEMS Scanning Micromirror." Micromachines 10, no. 1: 47.
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