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                                          

2. Fringe patterns and phase demodulation                                          

3. Calibration methods                      

4. Applications

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