Efficient reconstruction of nonrigid shape and motion from real-time 3D scanner data

@article{Wand2009EfficientRO,
  title={Efficient reconstruction of nonrigid shape and motion from real-time 3D scanner data},
  author={M. Wand and B. Adams and M. Ovsjanikov and A. Berner and Martin Bokeloh and P. Jenke and L. Guibas and H. Seidel and A. Schilling},
  journal={ACM Trans. Graph.},
  year={2009},
  volume={28},
  pages={15:1-15:15}
}
  • M. Wand, B. Adams, +6 authors A. Schilling
  • Published 2009
  • Computer Science
  • ACM Trans. Graph.
  • We present a new technique for reconstructing a single shape and its nonrigid motion from 3D scanning data. [...] Key Method This representation yields dense correspondences for the whole sequence, as well as a completed 3D shape in every frame. In addition, the algorithm automatically removes spatial and temporal noise artifacts and outliers from the raw input data. Unlike previous methods, the algorithm does not require any shape template but computes a fitting shape automatically from the input data.Expand Abstract
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