Pseudo-Three-Dimensional Navigation in Helical Scan Security Inspection

@article{Bin2013PseudoThreeDimensionalNI,
  title={Pseudo-Three-Dimensional Navigation in Helical Scan Security Inspection},
  author={Li Bin and Li Baolei and Mo Yang and Zhang Yaojun},
  journal={2013 Seventh International Conference on Image and Graphics},
  year={2013},
  pages={838-841}
}
In order to solve the navigation problem in x-ray security inspection, a stereoscopic visualization method is proposed in this paper. By analyzing the geometric relations between x-ray generator, detector and baggage on conveyor belt, a data reorganization method is used to produce rotating views of scanned baggage, which could be used as three-dimensional navigation. For illustration, a single slice helical scan model was adopted to demonstrate the algorithm. Experiment results show that… CONTINUE READING

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