16 February 2017 Improvement of 3D surface reconstruction using fringe projection by Talbot effect and extended Fourier transform
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Proceedings Volume 10126, Advances in Display Technologies VII; 101260Q (2017) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2253543
Event: SPIE OPTO, 2017, San Francisco, California, United States
The 3D surface reconstruction is done by analyzing the deformation of the image of binary grating projected onto the relief of an object, after that, the phase of the deformed pattern is extracted by Fourier transform and unwrapping the phase. There are several techniques for image grating projection and one of them is the so called Talbot Effect that creates self-images of a binary gratings. In this work one of the self-image of a grating is used for projection on the relief of an object. The deformed image is captured by a camera and is analyzed by the proposed Extended Fourier Transform (XFT) algorithm. The XFT algorithm is and enhancement of the common FFT algorithm and allows an improvement in surface reconstruction. A comparison between the reconstructed surfaces using traditional FFT algorithm and the proposed XFT algorithm is presented.
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Mauricio Ortiz Gutiérrez, Mauricio Ortiz Gutiérrez, Rafael González Campos, Rafael González Campos, Marco Antonio Salgado Verduzco, Marco Antonio Salgado Verduzco, Mario Pérez Cortés, Mario Pérez Cortés, Arturo Olivares Pérez, Arturo Olivares Pérez, Juan Carlos Ibarra Torres, Juan Carlos Ibarra Torres, Jennifer López Chacón, Jennifer López Chacón, } "Improvement of 3D surface reconstruction using fringe projection by Talbot effect and extended Fourier transform", Proc. SPIE 10126, Advances in Display Technologies VII, 101260Q (16 February 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2253543; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2253543

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