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REPARTI

MIVIM

Active Strategy to capture the Shape of an Object
Masters
Nicolas Paradis
Patrick Hébert (Supervisor)
Problem:

The problem addressed in this Master's thesis is the development of a flexible, intelligent and fast 3D sensor based on white structured light. This sensor will perform three-dimensional (3D) scans of a variety of objects of different geometries and appearances (e.g. matte, glossy, highly or weakly textured) by projecting a pattern of white light through an active light source (i.e. a data projector).

The sensor will have some form of intelligence, because it will be able to adapt its scanning behavior according to the object's texture by modifying online the light pattern, hence making the scanning more flexible.

Challenges:

Such a sensor is a big challenge of image processing because light interferes with the object's texture, greatly complicating the detection of the light pattern in the image. The algorithms will have to be very robust to allow the scanning of a wide variety of objects.

Calendar: September 2008 to April 2010
Last modification: Jan 21 2009 11:30AM by nipar70

     
   
   

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