Time of Flight Cameras : Principles , Methods , and Applications

  title={Time of Flight Cameras : Principles , Methods , and Applications},
  author={Miles E. Hansard and Seungkyu Lee and Ouk Choi and Radu Horaud},
This chapter introduces the principles and difficulties of time-of-flight depth measurement. The depth-images that are produced by time-of-flight cameras suffer from characteristic problems, which are divided into the following two classes. Firstly there are systematic errors, such as noise and ambiguity, which are directly related to the sensor. Secondly, there are non-systematic errors, such as scattering and motion blur, which are more strongly related to the scene-content. It is shown that… CONTINUE READING
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