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8 July 2009 Automated full-3D shape measurement of cultural heritage objects
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In this paper a fully automated 3D shape measurement system is presented. It consists of rotary stage for cultural heritage objects placement, vertical linear stage with mounted robot arm (with six degrees of freedom) and structured light measurement set-up mounted to its head. All these manipulation devices are automatically controlled by collision detection and next-best-view calculation modules. The goal of whole system is to automatically (without any user attention) and rapidly (from days and weeks to hours) measure whole object. Measurement head is automatically calibrated by the system and its possible working volume starts from centimeters and ends up to one meter. We present some measurement results with different working scenarios along with discussion about its possible applications.
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Robert Sitnik, Maciej Karaszewski, Wojciech Zaluski, and Pawel Bolewicki "Automated full-3D shape measurement of cultural heritage objects", Proc. SPIE 7391, O3A: Optics for Arts, Architecture, and Archaeology II, 73910K (8 July 2009); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.828004
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