Giovanna Sansoni, Roberto Rodella, Matteo Carocci and Valeria Carbone
The Imaging Group of the Optoelectronics Laboratory, University of Brescia, Italy, has been has been involved in the design and implementation of techniques and systems for 3-D vision since 1992. This feature describes the principal characteristics of an optical instrument developed by the lab for 3-D based on the projection of structured light, as well as the results obtained in measuring free-form, complex surfaces.
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Publish Date: 01 February 2000
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