Edith Cowan University
Place of Publication
Perth, Western Australia
Faculty of Science, Technology and Engineering
Australian Institute of Security and Applied Technology
In this report the results of applying a three dimensional range imaging system, based on coded structured light, are presented. This includes a description of a new improved spatial coding scheme. This new scheme increases the number of reference points available and provides a basis for more accurate calculation of their location. A detailed description of the image processing methods used to extract structural information and to identify structural objects from the camera image are given. In addition the method used to calculate the locations of reference points with 'subpixel' accuracy is described. Finally, the results of experiments with synthesised and projected structured light images are presented.