Title: 3D-shape reconstruction based on radon transform with application in volume measurement
Authors: Pintavirooj, Chuchart
Sangworasil, Manas
Citation: WSCG '2002: Posters: The 10-th International Conference in Central Europe on Computer Graphics, Visualization and Computer Vision 2002, 4.-8. February 2002 Plzeň, p. 33-36.
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: UNION Agency
Document type: konferenční příspěvek
URI: http://wscg.zcu.cz/wscg2002/Papers_2002/A11.pdf
ISBN: 80-903100-0-1
Keywords: 3D tvary;rekonstrukce tvarů;vykreslování;pochodující kostky;3D vizualizace;povrch
Keywords in different language: 3D shapes;shape reconstruction;rendering;marching cubes;3D visualization;surface
Abstract: In this paper, we have adopted a novel method for 3D-shape reconstruction. We derived a volumetric data which is constructed from a stack of cross-section images- the so-called tomographic image. Each of the cross-section images is computed from a series of photographs taken at a number of angles around the object. A corresponding intensity profile (row) on each digitized photograph resembles a projection data, which can be used to reconstruct the cross-section image. Once the volumetric data is obtained, isosurface of the object is extracted using the well-known marching-cube algorithm before being rendered with a conventional surface-rendering technique. Unlike conventional 3D-shape reconstruction (3Dshape recovery) method of using stereo pairs of camera, our technique does not suffer from laborious corresponding problem. Nor does it require a sophisticated scanning system as it does in the laser range finder. Our purposed method is tested to perform 3D-shape reconstruction of a variety of objects. The application of our purposed method for volume measurement is also presented in this paper. The results are very promising.
Rights: © UNION Agency
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