A Novel Locally Adaptive Dynamic Programming Approach for Color Structured Light System
The authors present a color structured light system by projecting an optimized De Bruijn pattern for 3D model reconstruction under natural light condition. The main focus of this paper is to enhance the accuracy of the correspondence problem by designing a novel locally adaptive dynamic programming algorithm, which adjusts the support-weight of stripe in a given local window. The presented approach performs better in terms of smoothness and accuracy of construction result and is suitable for generating high-quality and real-time scans of moving object.
KeywordsStereo Vision Local Window Dynamic Programming Method Natural Light Condition Support Window
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