Sciweavers

Share
SCIA
2007
Springer

Reconstruction of 3D Curves for Quality Control

10 years 1 months ago
Reconstruction of 3D Curves for Quality Control
In the area of quality control by vision, the reconstruction of 3D curves is a convenient tool to detect and quantify possible anomalies. Whereas other methods exist that allow us to describe surface elements, the contour approach will prove to be useful to reconstruct the object close to discontinuities, such as holes or edges. We present an algorithm for the reconstruction of 3D parametric curves, based on a fixed complexity model, embedded in an iterative framework of control point insertion. The successive increase of degrees of freedom provides for a good precision while avoiding to over-parameterize the model. The curve is reconstructed by adapting the projections of a 3D NURBS snake to the observed curves in a multi-view setting.
Hanna Martinsson, François Gaspard, Adrien
Added 09 Jun 2010
Updated 09 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2007
Where SCIA
Authors Hanna Martinsson, François Gaspard, Adrien Bartoli, Jean-Marc Lavest
Comments (0)
books