17 May 2016 Plant phenotyping using multi-view stereo vision with structured lights
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A multi-view stereo vision system for true 3D reconstruction, modeling and phenotyping of plants was created that successfully resolves many of the shortcomings of traditional camera-based 3D plant phenotyping systems. This novel system incorporates several features including: computer algorithms, including camera calibration, excessive-green based plant segmentation, semi-global stereo block matching, disparity bilateral filtering, 3D point cloud processing, and 3D feature extraction, and hardware consisting of a hemispherical superstructure designed to hold five stereo pairs of cameras and a custom designed structured light pattern illumination system. This system is nondestructive and can extract 3D features of whole plants modeled from multiple pairs of stereo images taken at different view angles. The study characterizes the systems phenotyping performance for 3D plant features: plant height, total leaf area, and total leaf shading area. For plants having specified leaf spacing and size, the algorithms used in our system yielded satisfactory experimental results and demonstrated the ability to study plant development where the same plants were repeatedly imaged and phenotyped over the time.
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Thuy Tuong Nguyen, Thuy Tuong Nguyen, David C. Slaughter, David C. Slaughter, Julin N. Maloof, Julin N. Maloof, Neelima Sinha, Neelima Sinha, "Plant phenotyping using multi-view stereo vision with structured lights", Proc. SPIE 9866, Autonomous Air and Ground Sensing Systems for Agricultural Optimization and Phenotyping, 986608 (17 May 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2229513; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2229513
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