Jongenelen, A.P.P., Payne, A.D., Carnegie, D.A. Dorrington, A.A. & Cree, M.J. (2009). Development of a real-time full-field range imaging system. In S.C. Mukhopadhyay, G. Sen Gupta & Y-M. R. Huang, (Eds.), Recent Advances in Sensing Technology (pp. 113-129). Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering Volume 49. Berlin: Springer
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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 in the image represents distance from the sensor to objects in the scene. The various hardware subsystems are described as are the details about the firmware and software implementation for processing the images in real-time. The system is flexible in that precision can be traded off for decreased acquisition time. Results are reported to illustrate this versatility for both high-speed (reduced precision) and high-precision operating modes.
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