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20 September 2001 Two-dimensional color-coded matching method for 3D moving human body shape measurement
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Proceedings Volume 4552, Image Matching and Analysis; (2001)
Event: Multispectral Image Processing and Pattern Recognition, 2001, Wuhan, China
We proposed a method for 3D shape measurement of moving human body by use of stereo vision technique. To resolve the matching problem of two images, we use the characteristic of the independence of red, green and blue in color space and propose a color-coded technique used to search the corresponding points of two images in the measurement. Using two sets of optical imaging systems we can obtain the color images of a moving human body in different directions. The corresponding points of two images detected with CCD cameras are found out by computer image processing. The 3D information of a moving human body can be obtained based on the parallax of the corresponding points in the two images. By this means, not only can the 3D shape of human body be measured but also the moving action of human body can be tracked.
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Weiyi Liu, Deyue Yu, Zhaoqi Wang, and Guoguang Mu "Two-dimensional color-coded matching method for 3D moving human body shape measurement", Proc. SPIE 4552, Image Matching and Analysis, (20 September 2001);


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