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A 200Hz small range image sensor using a multi-spot laser projector

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A 200Hz small range image sensor using a multi-spot laser projector
— In this paper, a high-speed range image sensor using a multi-spot laser projector is constructed. Several highspeed range image sensors have been developed recently. Their sampling rate is around the video rate (30Hz or so) and a faster sensor is required. The proposed sensor has achieved 200Hz measurement. It consists of a commercially available laser projector and a high-speed CCD camera. The number of pixels is 361 and the measurement range is 800-2000mm. Although the acquired range image is sparse, the proposed sensor is thought to be adequate for several applications such as robot vision because of its high-speed imaging and compactness. Some characteristics such as measurement errors are discussed, and the effectiveness of the proposed sensor is verified by experiments.
Masateru Tateishi, Hidetoshi Ishiyama, Kazunori Um
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ICRA
Authors Masateru Tateishi, Hidetoshi Ishiyama, Kazunori Umeda
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