structured light


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structured light

[′strək·chərd ′līt]
(optics)
Light that is projected in a particular geometrical pattern that is used to aid in computer vision.
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FANUC's high-speed 3D Area Sensor is an example of a system which uses structured light projection to create 3D maps of its surrounds.
1-micron NIR sensor enables the SML20 module to sense structured light patterns with high acuity at a range of 20 meters, even in direct sunlight.
According to the company, its Visualant Spectral Pattern Matching (SPM) technology directs structured light onto a substance or material, through a liquid or gas, or off a surface, to capture a unique ChromaID.
Researchers from the US and Europe address standards development for other mobile robot application areas; the process for developing a test method for obstacle detection and avoidance; using time of flight and structured light sensors for detection of overhanging objects in the pathway; multiple autonomous vehicles operating in unstructured environments; the transition from research capabilities to implementation in industry, using an incremental approach; evaluating the accuracy of a potential ground truth system; the role of standards in bridging research and commercialization for automated warehousing systems; and recommendations for performance standards.
Thora-3DI is a non-invasive, non-contact device that uses a patented technology known as structured light Plethysmography to measure breathing through detection of movement of the chest and abdomen.
The system uses structured light technology, which is helpful for designing small parts used in many industries, from assembly lines to machining centers.
The latest report by TechNavio highlights growth in the use of structured light based 3D scanners, which scan the 3D shape of an object through projected light patterns.
Structured light bands from the transmitter lens are scattered across the sample surface.
Abstract: The paper presents a general concept of the automated three-dimensional scanning technology that uses structured light projection.
The object is irradiated with light, particularly structured light, that is emitted by a radiation source and consists, in particular, of coherent light or partially coherent light, especially laser light.

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