Three-channel dynamic photometric stereo: A new method for 4D surface reconstruction and volume recovery

Walter Schroeder, Wolfram Schulze, Thomas Wetter, Chi Hsien Chen

研究成果: 書貢獻/報告類型會議貢獻

摘要

Three-dimensional (3D) body surface reconstruction is an important field in health care. A popular method for this purpose is laser scanning. However, using Photometric Stereo (PS) to record lumbar lordosis and the surface contour of the back poses a viable alternative due to its lower costs and higher flexibility compared to laser techniques and other methods of three-dimensional body surface reconstruction. In this work, we extended the traditional PS method and proposed a new method for obtaining surface and volume data of a moving object. The principle of traditional Photometric Stereo uses at least three images of a static object taken under different light sources to obtain 3D information of the object. Instead of using normal light, the light sources in the proposed method consist of the RGB-Color-Model's three colors: red, green and blue. A series of pictures taken with a video camera can now be separated into the different color channels. Each set of the three images can then be used to calculate the surface normals as a traditional PS. This method waives the requirement that the object imaged must be kept still as in almost all the other body surface reconstruction methods. By putting two cameras opposite to a moving object and lighting the object with the colored light, the time-varying surface (4D) data can easily be calculated. The obtained information can be used in many medical fields such as rehabilitation, diabetes screening or orthopedics.
原文英語
主出版物標題Optics and Photonics for Information Processing II
7072
DOIs
出版狀態已發佈 - 2008
事件Optics and Photonics for Information Processing II - San Diego, CA, 美国
持續時間: 八月 13 2008八月 14 2008

會議

會議Optics and Photonics for Information Processing II
國家美国
城市San Diego, CA
期間8/13/088/14/08

指紋

Photometric Stereo
Surface Reconstruction
Surface reconstruction
Recovery
recovery
Color
Light sources
three dimensional bodies
Lasers
Moving Objects
color
Orthopedics
Video cameras
Medical problems
Health care
Patient rehabilitation
light sources
Camera
cameras
Screening

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Applied Mathematics
  • Computer Science Applications
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
  • Condensed Matter Physics

引用此文

Schroeder, W., Schulze, W., Wetter, T., & Chen, C. H. (2008). Three-channel dynamic photometric stereo: A new method for 4D surface reconstruction and volume recovery. 於 Optics and Photonics for Information Processing II (卷 7072). [70720P] https://doi.org/10.1117/12.799368

Three-channel dynamic photometric stereo : A new method for 4D surface reconstruction and volume recovery. / Schroeder, Walter; Schulze, Wolfram; Wetter, Thomas; Chen, Chi Hsien.

Optics and Photonics for Information Processing II. 卷 7072 2008. 70720P.

研究成果: 書貢獻/報告類型會議貢獻

Schroeder, W, Schulze, W, Wetter, T & Chen, CH 2008, Three-channel dynamic photometric stereo: A new method for 4D surface reconstruction and volume recovery. 於 Optics and Photonics for Information Processing II. 卷 7072, 70720P, Optics and Photonics for Information Processing II, San Diego, CA, 美国, 8/13/08. https://doi.org/10.1117/12.799368
Schroeder W, Schulze W, Wetter T, Chen CH. Three-channel dynamic photometric stereo: A new method for 4D surface reconstruction and volume recovery. 於 Optics and Photonics for Information Processing II. 卷 7072. 2008. 70720P https://doi.org/10.1117/12.799368
Schroeder, Walter ; Schulze, Wolfram ; Wetter, Thomas ; Chen, Chi Hsien. / Three-channel dynamic photometric stereo : A new method for 4D surface reconstruction and volume recovery. Optics and Photonics for Information Processing II. 卷 7072 2008.
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