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Acquisition and Visualization of Colored 3D Objects Stanford University
 

Summary: Acquisition and Visualization of Colored 3D Objects
Kari Pulli
Stanford University
Stanford, CA, U.S.A
kapu@cs.stanford.edu
Habib Abi-Rached, Tom Duchamp, Linda G. Shapiro and Werner Stuetzle
University of Washington
Seattle, WA, U.S.A
{ habib@ee | duchamp@math | shapiro@cs | wxs@stat }.washington.edu
Abstract
This paper presents a complete system for scanning the
geometry and surface color of a 3D object and for display-
ing realistic images of the object from arbitrary viewpoints.
A stereo system with active light produces several views of
dense range and color data. The data is registered and a sur-
face that approximates the data is constructed. The surface
estimate can be fairly coarse, as the appearance of fine de-
tail is recreated by view-dependent texturing of the surface
using color images.
1. Introduction

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences