Three-Dimensional Scanning System with Double Structured-Light Sensors
Three-dimensional (3D) vision scanning measurement is widely used in industry for its ability to obtain the 3D surface data of the object. Aiming at overcoming the shortcomings of 3D scanning measurement system with single structured-light sensor, such as limited measurement range and blind measurement area, a scanning system based on double structured-light sensors (DSS) is established. The object is scanned from two different directions, and the 3D surface coordinates are unified to the measurement coordinate system to obtain the 3D surface of the measured object. In this paper, the mathematical model of the DSS scanning system is established. Meanwhile, an on-site calibration approach based on planar target is proposed to complete the system calibration task. Finally, experimental results of practical data are given to show the feasibility and validity of the proposed system.
Chunliang Zhang and Paul P. Lin
B. Peng et al., "Three-Dimensional Scanning System with Double Structured-Light Sensors", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 226-228, pp. 1938-1941, 2012