A Motion Correction Technique for Laser Scanning of Moving Objects

@article{Goel2014AMC,
  title={A Motion Correction Technique for Laser Scanning of Moving Objects},
  author={Salil Goel and Bharat Lohani},
  journal={IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters},
  year={2014},
  volume={11},
  pages={225-228}
}
The fundamental limitation for laser scanning of an object is that the object should be stationary. In this letter, we propose a novel technique for obtaining 3-D point cloud of a moving object by applying motion correction, so that the point cloud is correct in relative and absolute sense, and represents the true shape of the scanned object. In the proposed technique, a laser scanner is used to scan an object which is mounted with a GPS/IMU system and stationed at a distance from the scanner… 

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