Geometric Modeling and Processing (2000)
Hong Kong, China
Apr. 10, 2000 to Apr. 12, 2000
Wee Kheng Leow , National University of Singapore
Zhiyong Huang , National University of Singapore
Yong Zhang , National University of Singapore
Rudy Setiono , National University of Singapore
This paper describes a system for rapid acquisition of 3D models of objects for use in applications such as CAD and VR. The system consists of an image capturing platform, which comprises a PC-controlled turntable and CCD camera, and associated computer vision and graphics algorithms for 3D model acquisition. An algorithm for accurately recovering 3D points from image sequences is described. Experiments performed on synthetic and real data show that the algorithm is accurate in recovering the coordinates of 3D points and is robust against noise in 2D feature location and 3D object rotation. Results of applying the system to acquiring 3D models of real objects are illustrated.
model acquisition, 3D reconstruction, image sequence, turntable sequence
R. Setiono, Y. Zhang, Z. Huang and W. K. Leow, "Rapid 3D Model Acquisition from Images of Small Objects," Geometric Modeling and Processing(GMP), Hong Kong, China, 2000, pp. 33.