Abstract

In this paper, based on two additional phase-coding patterns, an improved phase demodulation method is proposed. First, six equally spaced coding phases in the interval [$ - \pi $, $\pi $] are embedded in different periods of the coded fringes following a certain sequence. Subsequently, since a group of phase orders can be uniquely determined by the four adjacent coding phases, the phase-order map of the object can be generated. To ensure the accuracy of decoding results, the interference coding numbers should be corrected in advance. In the meantime, the connected regions exhibiting the same orders are classified and then labeled for simplifying the decoding process. The simulation results verify the feasibility of the proposed method. By two groups of 3D imaging experiments, the applicability of this method to multiple objects and discontinuous objects is confirmed.

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