3D Reconstruction: Estimating Depth of Hole from 2D Camera Perspectives
In this paper we have implemented a novel approach called perception-based vision (PBV) to retrieve depth information of a hole from a single camera perspective. Three dimensional modeling of real world objects is always of great concern for scientists and engineers. Different approaches are used for this purpose, e.g., 3D scanners, CAD modeling, and contour tracing by coordinate measuring machines (CMMs). This paper does not deal with 3D modeling as a whole but specifically addresses the issue of depth information retrieval of a hole. This is a cost effective, efficient, and accurate solution and requires just a single 2D camera perspective under ambient conditions.
KeywordsDepth Information Coordinate Measuring Machine Structure Light Real World Object Constructive Solid Geometry
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