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Issue No. 04 - July/August (2010 vol. 16)
ISSN: 1077-2626
pp: 676-689
Yi Xu , Purdue University, West Lafayette
Daniel G. Aliaga , Purdue University, West Lafayette
Obtaining models of dynamic 3D objects is an important part of content generation for computer graphics. Numerous methods have been extended from static scenarios to model dynamic scenes. If the states or poses of the dynamic object repeat often during a sequence (but not necessarily periodically), we call such a repetitive motion. There are many objects, such as toys, machines, and humans, undergoing repetitive motions. Our key observation is that when a motion-state repeats, we can sample the scene under the same motion state again but using a different set of parameters; thus, providing more information of each motion state. This enables robustly acquiring dense 3D information difficult for objects with repetitive motions using only simple hardware. After the motion sequence, we group temporally disjoint observations of the same motion state together and produce a smooth space-time reconstruction of the scene. Effectively, the dynamic scene modeling problem is converted to a series of static scene reconstructions, which are easier to tackle. The varying sampling parameters can be, for example, structured-light patterns, illumination directions, and viewpoints resulting in different modeling techniques. Based on this observation, we present an image-based motion-state framework and demonstrate our paradigm using either a synchronized or an unsynchronized structured-light acquisition method.
Three-dimensional graphics and realism, digitization and image capture, geometric modeling.
Yi Xu, Daniel G. Aliaga, "Modeling Repetitive Motions Using Structured Light", IEEE Transactions on Visualization & Computer Graphics, vol. 16, no. , pp. 676-689, July/August 2010, doi:10.1109/TVCG.2009.207
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