[Naoya Chiba] 3D Measurements Based on Estimation Light Tranport Matrix between Camera and Projector

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Naoya Chiba

Naoya Chiba

Tohoku University
Graduate School of Information Sciences
Master Course Student

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There are various 3D measurement methods based on the use of a projector and a camera have been proposed. However, there is still difficulty measuring metallic objects and translucent objects. We use Light Transport Matrix, that is able to describe optical properties of measurement objects, as an optical model for adaptive measurement in a variety of scenes. To achieve efficient measuring of Light Transport matrix, we use feedback to generate projection patterns.

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