1 October 1995 Line-scan sensor: an alternative sensor modality for the extraction of three-dimensional coordinate information
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Optical Engineering, 34(10), (1995). doi:10.1117/12.210746
Abstract
We describe research carried out to investigate a stereoscopic line-scan system for the extraction of 3-D coordinate information from a scene of interest. Initial work involved analyzing the operating characteristics of a line-scan device for the production of 2-D images. Following this, a theoretical appraisal was undertaken of a sensor in a stereoscopic arrangement, and a mathematical model was derived for the calibration of a novel camera system. Algorithms to determine the 3-D relationship of points in the object space were developed using this model. To test the suitability of the model, a complete stereoscopic line-scan system was constructed. Experiments were conducted with the stereo camera to establish the accuracy that is achieved with such a system using the developed algorithms. The results indicate that the relative position of points in the object space could be determined to an accuracy of less than 1 mm at a range of 1.5 m.
Simon X. Godber, Max Robinson, J. Paul Owain Evans, "Line-scan sensor: an alternative sensor modality for the extraction of three-dimensional coordinate information," Optical Engineering 34(10), (1 October 1995). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.210746
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Line scan image sensors

Sensors

Cameras

Imaging systems

Algorithm development

Mathematical modeling

3D modeling

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