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Structured-light methods actively generate geometric correspondence data between projectors and cameras in
 

Summary: Abstract
Structured-light methods actively generate geometric
correspondence data between projectors and cameras in
order to facilitate robust 3D reconstruction. In this paper,
we present Photogeometric Structured Light whereby a
standard structured light method is extended to include
photometric methods. Photometric processing serves the
double purpose of increasing the amount of recovered
surface detail and of enabling the structured-light setup to
be robustly self-calibrated. Further, our framework uses a
photogeometric optimization that supports the
simultaneous use of multiple cameras and projectors and
yields a single and accurate multi-view 3D model which
best complies with photometric and geometric data.
1. Introduction
Creating high-quality 3D models of detailed and
complex objects is crucial to a wide range of uses, such as
in virtual reality, telepresence, and interactive
walkthroughs. The robust correspondences generated by
structured-light based methods, and other active

  

Source: Aliaga, Daniel G. - Department of Computer Sciences, Purdue University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences