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Phase Sampling Profilometry

by   Zhenzhou Wang, et al.

Structured light 3D surface imaging is a school of techniques in which structured light patterns are used for measuring the depth map of the object. Among all the designed structured light patterns, phase pattern has become most popular because of its high resolution and high accuracy. Accordingly, phase measuring profolimetry (PMP) has become the mainstream of structured light technology. In this letter, we introduce the concept of phase sampling profilometry (PSP) that calculates the phase unambiguously in the spatial-frequency domain with only one pattern image. Therefore, PSP is capable of measuring the 3D shapes of the moving objects robustly with single-shot.


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