Indoor and Outdoor Depth Imaging of Leaves With Time of Flight and stereo vision Sensors : Analysis and Comparison

@inproceedings{Kazmi2013IndoorAO,
  title={Indoor and Outdoor Depth Imaging of Leaves With Time of Flight and stereo vision Sensors : Analysis and Comparison},
  author={Wajahat Kazmi and Sergi Foix and Guillem Aleny{\`a} and Hans J\orgen Andersen},
  year={2013}
}
In this article we analyze the response of Time of Flight cameras (active sensors) for close range imaging under three different illumination conditions and compare the results with stereo vision (passive) sensors. Time of Flight sensors are sensitive to ambient light and have low resolution but deliver high frame rate accurate depth data under suitable conditions. We introduce some metrics for performance evaluation over a small region of interest. Based on these metrics, we analyze and… CONTINUE READING
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