3D Scanning

Thursday, 25 July
1:30 - 3:15 pm
River Room 001

Session Chair: Holly Rushmeier, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center


ICARUS: Interactive Reconstruction from Uncalibrated Image Sequences
A rapid and robust semi-automatic system that allows models of real scenes to be quickly and easily built from video sequences captured with standard, uncalibrated digital cameras.

Simon Gibson
University of Manchester
sg@cs.man.ac.uk

Jon Cook
Toby Howard
Roger Hubbold
University of Manchester



Shape From Distortion: 3D Range Scanning of Mirroring Objects
Objects with mirroring surfaces are left out of the scope of most recent 3D scanning methods. This new acquisition approach, shape from distortion, focuses on that category of objects.

Marco Tarini
Istituto di Elaborazione della Informazione
tarini@iei.pi.cnr.it

Hendrik Lensch
Michael Goesele
Hans-Peter Seidel
Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik



Pop-Eye: A Pop-Out Video Camera System for Personal Use
A system that can obtain real-time 3D video based on color and reflection images. It uses a new 3D capturing technology to achieve low-cost, real-time image capture.

Isao Mihara
Toshiba Corporation
isao.mihara@toshiba.co.jp

Miwako Doi
Takahiro Harashima
Shunichi Numazaki
Toshiba Corporation



An Inexpensive 3D Camera
Implementation of a portable 3D camera using a consumer-grade digital camera and an inexpensive laser raster generator.

Manuel M. Oliveira
Stony Brook University
oliveira@cs.sunysb.edu

Askold Strat
Symbol Technologies, Inc.





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