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25 February 2008 Comparison of Cyberware PX and PS 3D human head scanners
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Proceedings Volume 6805, Three-Dimensional Image Capture and Applications 2008; 68050N (2008) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.761700
Event: Electronic Imaging, 2008, San Jose, California, United States
Abstract
A common limitation of laser line three-Dimensional (3D) scanners is the inability to scan objects with surfaces that are either parallel to the laser line or that self-occlude. Filling in missing areas adds some unwanted inaccuracy to the 3D model. Capturing the human head with a Cyberware PS Head Scanner is an example of obtaining a model where the incomplete areas are difficult to fill accurately. The PS scanner uses a single vertical laser line to illuminate the head and is unable to capture data at top of the head, where the line of sight is tangent to the surface, and under the chin, an area occluded by the chin when the subject looks straight forward. The Cyberware PX Scanner was developed to obtain this missing 3D head data. The PX scanner uses two cameras offset at different angles to provide a more detailed head scan that captures surfaces missed by the PS scanner. The PX scanner cameras also use new technology to obtain color maps that are of higher resolution than the PS Scanner. The two scanners were compared in terms of amount of surface captured (surface area and volume) and the quality of head measurements when compared to direct measurements obtained through standard anthropometry methods. Relative to the PS scanner, the PX head scans were more complete and provided the full set of head measurements, but actual measurement values, when available from both scanners, were about the same.
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Jeremy Carson, Brian D. Corner, Eric Crockett, Peng Li, and Steven Paquette "Comparison of Cyberware PX and PS 3D human head scanners", Proc. SPIE 6805, Three-Dimensional Image Capture and Applications 2008, 68050N (25 February 2008); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.761700
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