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Real-time 3D reconstruction method using massive multi-sensor data analysis and fusion

  • Seoungjae Cho
  • Kyungeun ChoEmail author
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Abstract

This paper proposes a method to reconstruct three-dimensional (3D) objects using real-time fusion and analysis of multiple sensor data. This paper attempts to create a realistic 3D visualization with which a remote pilot can intuitively control a remote unmanned robot by utilizing the characteristics of massive sensor data. The 3D reconstruction system proposed in this paper is comprised of 3D and two-dimensional (2D) data segmentation method, a 3D reconstruction method applied to each object, and a projective texture mapping method. Specifically, we propose applying both a 2D region extraction method and a 3D mesh modeling method to each object. The proposed schemes are implemented as a real-time application to verify real-time performance. This paper proves that 3D meshes can be modeled in real time by using the proposed method. The proposed method allows the remote control of a robot for real-time 3D rendering of remote scenes, which is essential for various tasks in areas that cannot be easily accessed by humans.

Keywords

Unmanned ground vehicle 3D reconstruction 3D point cloud Object segmentation Template mesh 

Notes

Acknowledgements

This research was supported by BK21 Plus project of the National Research Foundation of Korea Grant and by a Grant from Agency for Defense Development, under Contract #UD150017ID.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Multimedia EngineeringDongguk University-SeoulSeoulRepublic of Korea

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