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Range imaging is becoming a popular tool for many applications, with several commercial variants now available. These systems find numerous real world applications such as interactive gaming and the automotive industry. This paper describes the development of a range imaging system employing the PMD-19 k sensor from PMD technologies. One specific advantage of our system is that it is extremely customisable in terms of modulation patterns to act as a platform for further research into time-of-flight range imaging. Experimental results are presented giving an indication of the precision and accuracy of the system, and how modifying certain operating parameters can improve system performance.
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