Illumination Waveform Optimization for Time-of-Flight Range Imaging Cameras

  title={Illumination Waveform Optimization for Time-of-Flight Range Imaging Cameras},
  author={Andrew D. Payne and Adrian A. Dorrington and M. J. Cree},
Time-of-flight range imaging sensors acquire an image of a scene, where in addition to standard intensity information, the range (or distance) is also measured concurrently by each pixel. Range is measured using a correlation technique, where an amplitude modulated light source illuminates the scene and the reflected light is sampled by a gain modulated image sensor. Typically the illumination source and image sensor are amplitude modulated with square waves, leading to a range measurement… CONTINUE READING


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