S-Space College of Engineering/Engineering Practice School (공과대학/대학원) Dept. of Material Science and Engineering (재료공학부) Journal Papers (저널논문_재료공학부)
Development of Three-dimensional Body Scan Method in Measuring Body Surface
- Kim, M. H.; Nam, Y. J.; Cho, D. H.; Kang, T. J.
- Issue Date
- SAGE Publications
- Textile Res. J. 76(9), 674-686
- A new camera calibration with regard to a slit laser projection method has been developed to calibrate the camera system that has its own intrinsic problems of aberration and distortion. This method using digital image processing techniques can accurately measure a human body as three-dimensional (3-D) coordinates with a
typical optical triangulation method. Therefore it can overcome many difficulties in a traditional inaccurate and time-consuming tactic measurement method such as Martin measurement using
rulers and gauges. In comparison with other commercialized
scanners, this system can obtain a relatively
wide range of data by special scanning
processes in which vertical or horizontal laser line
profiles are simultaneously acquired by two opposite
side charge-coupled device cameras. The
measurement method of body dimension for 3-D
pattern design using scanned body data is presented.
The algorithm of shadow moiré type without
its complex installation can successfully
generate the moiré patterns on 3-D measured
data for an efficient human body measurement
with no contact.
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