Dynamic structured light measures shapes

Masi, C. G.
March 2005
Vision Systems Design;Mar2005, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p15
Focuses on the development of a three-dimensional dynamic structured light (DSL 3-D) system for the identification of various mechanical engineering components. Illustration of the DSL 3-D system; Light source being used by the DSL 3-D system; Type of lens incorporated in the system. INSET: DSL INSPECTS AIRCRAFT.


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