Machine Vision and Applications

, Volume 17, Issue 6, pp 411–426 | Cite as

Web-based 3D Reconstruction Service

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Abstract

The use of 3D information in the field of cultural heritage is increasing year by year. From this field comes a large demand for cheaper and more flexible ways of 3D reconstruction. This paper describes a web-based 3D reconstruction service, developed to relieve those needs of the cultural heritage field. This service consists of a pipeline that starts with the user uploading images of an object or scene(s) he wants to reconstruct in 3D. The automatic reconstruction process, running on a server connected to a cluster of computers, computes the camera calibration, as well as dense depth (or range-) maps for the images. This result can be downloaded from an ftp server and visualized with a specific tool running on the user’s PC.

Keywords

3D reconstruction Webservice Cultural Heritage 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.K.U.Leuven ESAT-PSILeuvenBelgium
  2. 2.ETH Zürich D-ITET-BIWIZürichSwitzerland

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