High-quality scanning using time-of-flight depth superresolution

@article{Schuon2008HighqualitySU,
  title={High-quality scanning using time-of-flight depth superresolution},
  author={Sebastian Schuon and C. Theobalt and James E. Davis and S. Thrun},
  journal={2008 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Workshops},
  year={2008},
  pages={1-7}
}
Time-of-flight (TOF) cameras robustly provide depth data of real world scenes at video frame rates. Unfortunately, currently available camera models provide rather low X-Y resolution. Also, their depth measurements are starkly influenced by random and systematic errors which renders them inappropriate for high-quality 3D scanning. In this paper we show that ideas from traditional color image superresolution can be applied to TOF cameras in order to obtain 3D data of higher X-Y resolution and… Expand
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