Stereo Vision and structured illumination creates dense 3D Images
Speaker: Thor Vollset – CEO of Tordivel AS
Active Stereo vision is the extraction of 3D information from two images with a light projection. The projection disparity between the two images is used to create 3D images. RPP – Random Pattern Projection and ML – Multiple Lines lasers are important projectors. The image is created by processing the projected images from two 3D calibrated cameras. 3D in 2D image processing take advantage of all the information in the 2D image. This information is different than the content of the 3D image extracted to from the 2D image pair and often more accurate. An object located in the 3D image can be measured and verified in 3D in the 2D image pair using an accurate 3D image reference.
Meet us at Halle B3 Stand 103 at LASER World of PHOTONICS 2015.
Invitation to LASER World of PHOTONICS 2015
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