Three dimensional measurement by stripe line pattern
A method for 3-D measurement using a stripe line pattern has been developed and tested. Both fundamentals and experiment result are presented in the paper. Only one projected pattern is used during measurement and only one image of TV-camera is needed for 3-D shape calculation. The measuring system developed here can be easily used for practical applications.
KeywordsImage Point Normal Angle Projected Pattern Paper Plane Stripe Line
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