Integrated Optical Sensor for 3D Vision Systems

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Proceedings titleMicroelettronica e Beni Culturali
ConferenceProceedings of the Progetto Finalizzato MADESS II, April 19, 2001., Florence, Italy
AbstractThree-dimensional vision is concerned with extracting information from the geometry and texture of the visible surfaces in a scene, reasoning about the data and finally, communicating the results. Recent advances in microelectronics technologies and intensive research on integrated optical sensors have opened the way the realization of complex active range camera systems. This paper will present the effort on the design and development of integrated CMOS optical sensors for active three-dimensitional systems based on the optical triangulation principle, carried out at ITC-IRST, in collaboration with the National Research Council Canada (NRC).
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Information Technology; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number45803
NPARC number8913644
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