Inhalt des Dokuments
Scanning real world objects without worries
(PR) - 6 SWS|
10:00 - 16:00 weekly. |
Start : 17.10.2006 End : 14.02.2007
|Description:||Using current scanning
technology we will generate depth images of statues in and around
Berlin (e.g.. Sanssouci), then register the depth images, and generate
standard computer graphics models from the aligned depth images (e.g.,
textured meshes or models for image based rendering). |
The project involves careful planning, and after that site visits and scanning the statues, implementing or adapting tools for denoising, registration, and model reconstruction, as well as presentation of the resulting models in class and the web.
CG 2 is highly recommended.
This project called
"Scanning real world objects without worries" took place at
the Technical University Berlin during the winter semester 2006/2007.
On this page the process of the project and its results are presented.
Each student had to work on one part of the project. In the following
the final presentation slides and the documentation files are
- Antoine Mischler: Measuring the error and improving the data of the PMD camera  (pdf) (slides )
- David Karlsson: Noise in the PMD[vision]® 3k-S  (pdf ) (slides )
- Florian Hartl: Calibrating the Olympus SP-500 UZ  (pdf ) (slides )
- Dennis Kant: Extrinsic calibration and aperture angle  (pdf) (slides)
- Sebastian Szczepanski: Calibration Toolchain  (pdf ) (slides )
- Jonas Hurrelmann: Features  (pdf ) (slides)
- Stefan Sechelmann: Depth Image Alignment: An Implementation  (pdf) (slides)
- Feng Li + Kuan Tian: 3D Reconstruction  (pdf) (slides)
If you are interested in the source code or have any uncleared questions, feel free to contact the authors of these documents or Uwe Hahne directly.