Three dimensional imaging utilizing structured light

  title={Three dimensional imaging utilizing structured light},
  author={C. C. Liebe and Curtis Padgett and Jay Han-Chieh Chang},
  journal={2004 IEEE Aerospace Conference Proceedings (IEEE Cat. No.04TH8720)},
  pages={2647-2655 Vol.4}
This paper describes a method of remote sensing the 3-dimensional structure of the proximity utilizing a laser, a holographic grating, and a single regular CCD camera. Basically, the laser beam is split by a holographic grating to form a regular spaced grid of laser beams that are projected into the field of view of a CCD camera. The laser source and the CCD camera are physically separated forming the base of a triangle. The exit angle of the laser beam and the angle measured by the camera… CONTINUE READING
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