3D Face Reconstruction Using Stereo Images and Structured Light

2008-04-22
OZTURK, Ahmet Oguz
Halıcı, Uğur
ULUSOY PARNAS, İLKAY
AKAGUNDUZ, Erdem
In this paper, the 3D face scanner that we developed using stereo cameras and structured light together is presented. Structured light having a pattern of vertical lines is used to create feature points and to match them easily. 3D point cloud obtained by stereo analysis is post processed to obtain the 3D model in obj format.

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Citation Formats
A. O. OZTURK, U. Halıcı, İ. ULUSOY PARNAS, and E. AKAGUNDUZ, “3D Face Reconstruction Using Stereo Images and Structured Light,” 2008, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/54694.