Three-dimensional scanning and digital fringe-projection technology

Clave: 17A7501
No. de horas: 72
Unidades de crédito:  8
Créditos SATCA:  5
Tipo de asignatura: Optativa
Fecha de elaboración: 2016-10-31

Objetivo general:
Provide students with the theoretical concepts, computational algorithms, optical setups, and system calibration methods for three-dimensional surface scanning by non-contact digital fringe projection technology.


1. Introduction

1.1 Structured illumination and digital fringe projection

1.2 Location of points in space

1.3 Camera models

1.4 Projector models and grating design

1.5 Gratings and fringe patterns


2. Fringe patterns and phase demodulation

2.1 Intensity pattern normalization

2.2 Amplitude bias and correction

2.3 Phase carriers and wrapped phase extraction

2.4 Phase-shifting methods

2.5 Fourier fringe analysis

2.6 Phase-unwrapping


3. Calibration methods

3.1 Camera calibration

3.2 Calibration of fringe-projection systems

3.3 Performance

3.4 Spatial dynamic range and resolution


4. Applications

4.1 Applied phase demodulation for porfilometry applications

4.2 Static scanning of three-dimensional surfaces

4.3 Dynamic scanning of three-dimensional surfaces

4.4 Digital three-dimensional facial imaging

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