19 May 2015 A very low-cost system for capturing 3D motion scans with color and texture data
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This paper presents a technique for capturing 3D motion scans using hardware that can be constructed for approximately $5,000 in cost. This hardware-software solution, in addition to capturing the movement of the physical structures also captures color and texture data. The scanner configuration developed at the University of North Dakota is sufficient in size for capturing scans of a group of humans. Scanning starts with synchronization and then requires modeling of each frame. For some applications linking structural elements from frame-to-frame may also be required. The efficacy of this scanning approach is discussed and prospective applications for it are considered.
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Jeremy Straub, "A very low-cost system for capturing 3D motion scans with color and texture data", Proc. SPIE 9463, Motion Imagery: Standards, Quality, and Interoperability, 94630G (19 May 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2177898; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2177898
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