- Conference date: 14–17 May 2012
- Location: Saint Petersburg, Russia
We present data processing methods for an optical 3D sensor based on the measurement principle “Flying Triangulation”. The principle enables a motion-robust acquisition of the 3D shape of even complex objects: A hand-held sensor is freely guided around the object while real-time feedback of the measurement progress is delivered during the captioning. Although of high precision, the resulting 3D data usually may exhibit some weaknesses: e.g. outliers might be present and the data size might be too large. We describe the measurement principle and the data processing and conclude with measurement results.
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