3D face reconstruction using stereo images and structured light

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2007
Öztürk, Ahmet Oğuz
Nowadays, 3D modelling of objects from multiple images is a topic that has gained great recognition and is widely used in various fields. Recently, lots of progress has been made in identification of people using 3D face models, which are usually reconstructed from multiple face images. In this thesis, a system including stereo cameras and structured light is built for the purpose of 3D modelling. The system outputs are 3D shapes of the face and also the texture information registered to this shape. Although the system in this thesis is developed for face reconstruction, it is not specific to faces. Using the same methodology proposed in this study 3D reconstruction of any object can be achieved.

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Citation Formats
A. O. Öztürk, “3D face reconstruction using stereo images and structured light,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2007.