Active rangefinding and recognition with Cubicscope
An active rangefinding using the Cubicscope is described in the paper. The following topics are reviewed: the principle of the Cubicscope, 3-D shape reconstruction by multiple range images obtained from actively selected viewpoints, high-speed edge detection from range image, and polyhedral object recognition by adaptive viewpoint selection.
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