By Reinhard Koch, Nick Pears, Yonghuai Liu (auth.), Nick Pears, Yonghuai Liu, Peter Bunting (eds.)
3D Imaging, research and Applications brings jointly middle issues, either by way of well-established basic concepts and the main promising contemporary options within the fascinating box of 3D imaging and research. Many comparable options are getting used in numerous topic components and purposes and the authors try and unify a number comparable rules. With contributions from excessive profile researchers and practitioners, the cloth provided is informative and authoritative and represents mainstream paintings and reviews in the community.
Composed of 3 sections, the 1st examines 3D imaging and form illustration, the second one, 3D form research and processing, and the final part covers 3D imaging functions. even though 3D Imaging, research and Applications is basically a graduate textual content, geared toward masters-level and doctoral-level learn scholars, a lot fabric is obtainable to final-year undergraduate scholars. it is going to additionally function a reference textual content for pro lecturers, humans operating in advertisement learn and improvement labs and business practitioners.
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This is followed by a description of how to put images in a common coordinate frame, and a more specific case study illustrating higher dimensional data manipulation. Finally some clinical applications are described to show how these methods can be used to affect the treatment of patients. References 1. : The plenoptic function and the elements of early vision. A. ) Computational Models of Visual Processing (1991) 2. : Least-squares fitting of two 3d point sets. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell.
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A design aim was high frame rates and they achieved 200 frames per second on consumer hardware. The system can run comfortably using an inexpensive 3D camera and the algorithm forms a core component Fig. 11 From a single depth image, range pixels can be labeled as belonging to certain body parts, which are colored differently in the figure. From this labeling, 3D joint positions can be inferred. Figure courtesy of  24 R. Koch et al. of the Kinect-XBox gaming platform. To achieve high frame rates, extremely simple and computationally cheap 3D features were employed based on depth comparisons and randomized decision forest classifiers were trained and implemented to run on a GPU.
3D Imaging, Analysis and Applications by Reinhard Koch, Nick Pears, Yonghuai Liu (auth.), Nick Pears, Yonghuai Liu, Peter Bunting (eds.)