1 June 1994 Three-dimensional imaging system
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A vision system that acquires spatial coordinates (range data) of three-dimensional objects by triangulation using structured light is presented. The developed system requires only a single image and guarantees unambiguous correspondence by using a uniquely encoded light pattern. Using a single image enables the system to perform in a dynamic environment, which contains moving objects. An example is presented.
Soung R. Yee, Soung R. Yee, Paul M. Griffin, Paul M. Griffin, } "Three-dimensional imaging system," Optical Engineering 33(6), (1 June 1994). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.169713 . Submission:
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