Shrivastava, V., Cree, M.J. & Dorrington, A. (2010). Volume measurement using 3D Range Imaging. In A. Dorrington & A.Payne (Eds.), Proceedings of Electronics New Zealand Conference 2010 (pp. 109-114). Hamilton, New Zealand: School of Engineering, The University of Waikato.
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The use of 3D Range Imaging has widespread applications. One of its applications provides us the information about the volumes of different objects. In this paper, 3D range imaging has been utilised to find out the volumes of different objects using two algorithms that are based on a straightforward means to calculate volume. The algorithms implemented succesfully calculate volume on objects provided that the objects have uniform colour. Objects that have multi-coloured and glossy surfaces provided particular difficulties in determining volume.
School of Engineering, The University of Waikato
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