12 September 2014 Gray coded trapezoidal fringes for 3-D surface-shape measurement
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We propose a two-step trapezoidal-pattern phase-shifting method for 3-D surface-shape measurements. Shape measurements by trapezoidal phase-shifting methods require high-quality trapezoidal patterns. Furthermore, most of the video projectors are nonlinear, making it difficult to generate high quality phase without nonlinearity calibration and correction. To overcome the limitations, we propose a method for synthesizing trapezoidal intensity fringes as a way to solve the problems caused by projector/camera gamma nonlinearity. The fringe generation technique consists of projecting and acquiring a temporal sequence of strictly binary color patterns (Gray code), whose (adequately weighted) average leads to trapezoidal fringe patterns with the required number of bits, which allows a reliable three-dimensional profile reconstruction using phase-shifting methods. Validation experiments are presented.
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Oscar G. Pérez, Jorge L. Flores, G. García-Torales, J. Antonio Muñoz-G, Horacio Soto, Sandra E. Balderas, "Gray coded trapezoidal fringes for 3-D surface-shape measurement", Proc. SPIE 9219, Infrared Remote Sensing and Instrumentation XXII, 92190M (12 September 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2062499; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2062499
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