Computer Graphics and Applications, Pacific Conference on (1999)
Oct. 5, 1999 to Oct. 7, 1999
A Fischer , Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
A. Manor , Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Y. Barhak , Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
This paper proposes a new adaptive parameterization method to overcome the problems of using laser scanners in Reverse Engineering. The method is based on the following stages: (a) Detecting a 3D boundary of the parametric base surface by matching on intensity image from a CCD camera with the scanned data. (b) Adaptively reconstructing a parametric base surface with a non-self intersecting grid, based on a PDE method. (c) Calculating the parameterization of the 3D sampled points. (d) Fitting the surface by applying a least square (LSQ) approximation method with boundary constraints. The feasibility of the parameterization algorithm is demonstrated on several examples using sculptured free objects.
Reverse Engineering, laser scanner, parameterization, surface reconstruction
A Fischer, A. Manor, Y. Barhak, "Adaptive Parameterization for Reconstruction of 3D Freeform Objects from Laser-Scanned Data", Computer Graphics and Applications, Pacific Conference on, vol. 00, no. , pp. 188, 1999, doi:10.1109/PCCGA.1999.803362