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Practical Considerations For A Design Of A High Precision 3-D Laser Scanner System
Author(s): Francois Blais; Marc Rioux; J.-Angelo Beraldin
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Paper Abstract

The Laboratory for Intelligent Systems of the Division of Electrical Engineering of the National Research Council of Canada is intensively involved in the development of laser-based three-dimensional vision systems and their applications. Two basic systems have been invented. One, based on a double aperture mask in front of a CCD camera, has been developed for robotic applications and control. The other technique is based on an auto-synchronized scanning principle to provide accurate, fast, and reliable 3-D coordinates. Using the latter method, several prototypes have been developed for the acquisition of 3-D data of objects and for inspection. This paper will describe some practical considerations for the design and implementation of triangulation-based 3-D range sensors with emphasis on the latter triangulation technique. Some applications and results will be presented.

Paper Details

Date Published: 14 November 1988
PDF: 22 pages
Proc. SPIE 0959, Optomechanical and Electro-Optical Design of Industrial Systems, (14 November 1988); doi: 10.1117/12.947787
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Francois Blais, National Research Council of Canada (Canada)
Marc Rioux, National Research Council of Canada (Canada)
J.-Angelo Beraldin, National Research Council of Canada (Canada)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0959:
Optomechanical and Electro-Optical Design of Industrial Systems
Robert J. Bieringer; Kevin G. Harding, Editor(s)

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