1 January 2009 Stereoscopic flatbed scanner
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Abstract
3-D scanning has become increasingly popular in a wide range of applications. We present a prototype 3-D/stereoscopic scanning system based on a cheap, readily available flatbed scanner. Stereoscopic imaging is achieved by modifying the optical path of the ordinary flatbed scanner. The results of 3-D imaging using our prototype system are demonstrated, and a number of design alternatives are discussed.
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Chang-Ming Sun, Chang-Ming Sun, Richard Beare, Richard Beare, Kevin Cheong, Kevin Cheong, Brian Jung, Brian Jung, Maverick Kim, Maverick Kim, } "Stereoscopic flatbed scanner," Journal of Electronic Imaging 18(1), 013002 (1 January 2009). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3059582 . Submission:
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