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5 June 2014 3D reconstruction method based on time-division multiplexing using multiple depth cameras
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This article proposes a 3D reconstruction method using multiple depth cameras. Since the depth camera acquires the depth information from a single viewpoint, it’s inadequate for 3D reconstruction. In order to solve this problem, we used multiple depth cameras. For 3D scene reconstruction, the depth information is acquired from different viewpoints with multiple depth cameras. However, when using multiple depth cameras, it’s difficult to acquire accurate depth information because of interference among depth cameras. To solve this problem, in this research, we propose Time-division multiplexing method. The depth information was acquired from different cameras sequentially. After acquiring the depth images, we extracted features using Fast Point Feature Histogram (FPFH) descriptor. Then, we performed 3D registration with Sample Consensus Initial Alignment (SAC-IA). We reconstructed 3D human bodies with our system and measured body sizes for evaluating the accuracy of 3D reconstruction.
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Ji-Hoon Kang, Dong-Su Lee, Min-Chul Park, and Kwang-Hoon Lee "3D reconstruction method based on time-division multiplexing using multiple depth cameras", Proc. SPIE 9117, Three-Dimensional Imaging, Visualization, and Display 2014, 91170L (5 June 2014);


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