3D Object Modeling by Structured Light and Stereo Vision

2015-05-19
Ozenc, Ugur
Tastan, Oguzhan
GÜLLÜ, MEHMET KEMAL
In this paper, we demonstrate a 3D object modeling system utilizing a setup which consists of two CMOS cameras and a DLP projector by making use of structured light and stereo vision. The calibration of the system is carried out using calibration pattern. The images are taken with stereo camera pair by projecting structured light onto the object and the correspondence problem is solved by both epipolar constraint of stereo vision and gray code constraint of structured light. The first experimental results show that the proposed 3D modeling system is able to model the object successfully.

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Citation Formats
U. Ozenc, O. Tastan, and M. K. GÜLLÜ, “3D Object Modeling by Structured Light and Stereo Vision,” 2015, p. 2466, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/66815.