Structured light illumination, scanning along both horizontal and vertical directions, achieves more robust accuracy. By introducing the constraint of epipolar geometry, we previously proposed real-time 3D reconstruction using lookup tables; however, we only knew these offline derived tables were the combinations of the elements in calibration matrices of a camera and a projector, and suffered from long-time computation. In this Letter, by parameterizing the line perspectively mapping a 3D world coordinate into the camera and projector spaces, we propose to extend the epipolar analysis by defining phase and optical poles. Thus, we can geometrically address these parameters via analytic closed-form equations, with which we can (1) directly derive lookup tables in real time from the calibration matrices and (2) optimally reduce the number of tables from 11 to 5 to save much more memory space while further accelerating the processing rate. Experiments show that with the same level of accuracy, we significantly reduce the time to compute the lookup tables from more than 20 min to 20 ms, and increase the speed of computing point clouds from approximately 320 to 492 fps.
|Number of pages||4|
|State||Published - Jun 15 2020|
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
We thank K. Belashchenko and Y. Tserkovnyak for illuminating discussions. This research was supported in part by the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) under Grant No. ECCS-1922689. It was finalized during Spin and Heat Transport in Quantum and Topological Materials program at KITP Santa Barbara, which is supported under NSF Grant No. PHY-1748958.
National Natural Science Foundation of China (61473198); Sichuan Province Science and Technology Support Program (2020YFG0029).
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- Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics