Browsing by Author "Jongenelen, Adrian P.P."

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  • Design and construction of a configurable full-field range imaging system for mobile robotic applications

    Carnegie, Dale A.; McClymont, J.R.K.; Jongenelen, Adrian P.P.; Drayton, B.; Dorrington, Adrian A.; Payne, Andrew D. (Springer Verlag, 2011)
    Mobile robotic devices rely critically on extrospection sensors to determine the range to objects in the robot’s operating environment. This provides the robot with the ability both to navigate safely around obstacles and ...
  • Development and characterisation of an easily configurable range imaging system

    Jongenelen, Adrian P.P.; Carnegie, Dale A.; Payne, Andrew D.; Dorrington, Adrian A. (IEEE, 2009)
    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. ...
  • Development of a real-time full-field range imaging system

    Jongenelen, Adrian P.P.; Payne, Andrew D.; Carnegie, Dale A.; Dorrington, Adrian A.; Cree, Michael J. (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2009)
    This article describes the development of a full-field range imaging system employing a high frequency amplitude modulated light source and image sensor. Depth images are produced at video frame rates in which each pixel ...
  • Efficient FPGA implementation of homodyne-based time-of-flight range imaging

    Jongenelen, Adrian P.P.; Bailey, D.G.; Payne, Andrew D.; Carnegie, Dale A.; Dorrington, Adrian A. (Springer, 2010)
    Time-of-flight range imaging systems illuminate a scene with an amplitude-modulated light source, the light is reflected from objects in the scene, and measurement of the phase of the modulation envelope is performed to ...
  • Heterodyne range imaging in real-time

    Jongenelen, Adrian P.P.; Carnegie, Dale A.; Dorrington, Adrian A.; Payne, Andrew D. (IEEE Xplore, 2008)
    A versatile full-field range imaging system has previously been constructed. This system is configurable in software to produce either high precision or fast acquisition range images. Indicatively a 10 second exposure has ...