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23 October 2000 Digital vision system for three-dimensional model acquisition
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A digital vision system and the computational algorithms used by the system for three-dimensional (3D) model acquisition are described. The system is named Stonybrook VIsion System (SVIS). The system can acquire the 3D model (which includes the 3D shape and the corresponding image texture) of a simple object within a 300 mm X 300 mm X 300 mm volume placed about 600 mm from the system. SVIS integrates Image Focus Analysis (IFA) and Stereo Image Analysis (SIA) techniques for 3D shape and image texture recovery. First, 4 to 8 partial 3D models of the object are obtained from 4 to 8 views of the object. The partial models are then integrated to obtain a complete model of the object. The complete model is displayed using a 3D graphics rendering software (Apple's QuickDraw). Experimental results on several objects are presented.
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Ta Yuan, Huei-Yung Lin, Xiangdong Qin, and Murali Subbarao "Digital vision system for three-dimensional model acquisition", Proc. SPIE 4117, Vision Geometry IX, (23 October 2000); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.404836
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