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Kinect Depth Sensor Evaluation for Computer Vision Applications

  title={Kinect Depth Sensor Evaluation for Computer Vision Applications},
  author={M. R. Andersen and T. Jensen and Pavel Lisouski and A. Mortensen and M. K. Hansen and Torben Gregersen and P. Ahrendt},
  • M. R. Andersen, T. Jensen, +4 authors P. Ahrendt
  • Published 2012
  • Computer Science
  • This technical report describes our evaluation of the Kinect depth sensor by Microsoft for Computer Vision applications. [...] Key Method The basic technique of the depth sensor is to emit an infrared light pattern (with an IR laser diode) and calculate depth from the reflection of the light at different positions (using a traditional IR sensitive camera). In this report, we perform an extensive evaluation of the depth sensor and investigate issues such as 3D resolution and precision, structural noise, multi…Expand Abstract
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