3D Modeling Based on Radon Transform with Application in Volume Measurement

@inproceedings{Pintavirooj20023DMB,
  title={3D Modeling Based on Radon Transform with Application in Volume Measurement},
  author={Chuchart Pintavirooj and Manas Sangworasil},
  booktitle={WSCG},
  year={2002}
}
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 imagesthe 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… CONTINUE READING

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