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Incremental Multiview Integration of Range Images

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Incremental Multiview Integration of Range Images
This paper presents a new method for the incremental integration of overlapped range images. It is assumed thatframe transformations between all pairs of views can be reliably computed. This method proceeds by progressively merging each new sensed range image with the current reconstructed model. The proposed method consists of three stages. In the first stage the overlapped regions are identified. Then,from the overlapped regions, the points that define the integration boundaries are projected over a reference plane and are triangulated over that 2 0 space by means of a constrained Delaunay algorithm. Finally the obtained triangulation is backprojected to the 3 0 range image space. These new triangular meshes represent the sewing between the meshes to be integrated. In this way a new single triangular mesh which will be used to merge with futures range images is generated. Experimental results are presented.
Angel Domingo Sappa, Miguel Angel García
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where ICPR
Authors Angel Domingo Sappa, Miguel Angel García
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