Abstract

Structured light 3D reconstruction methods using a De Bruijn sequence-based color grid pattern have an impressive advantage of fast and accurate decoding, which leads to fast 3D reconstruction. They are especially suitable for capturing moving objects. However, the drawback of these methods is their high false decoding rate while dealing with feature points at the object’s boundaries, and objects can be prone to becoming deformed by the uneven structure of the dynamic scene. To solve this problem, we present an efficient opened-grid-point detector and a complete grid pattern decoding method. Specifically, a new, to the best of our knowledge, color grid pattern is designed to reduce the influence of color noise and increase the density of 3D cloud points. In addition, a LCD screen projected with the proposed pattern is utilized to calibrate the camera-projector system. The experiments, conducted in a laboratory without a light curtain, demonstrate that the proposed method can fully satisfy the requirements of real applications.

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