I. Mariggis et al., "Body Part Modeling on the Phone", in Proc. of 7th Int. Conf. on 3D Body Scanning Technologies, Lugano, Switzerland, 2016, pp. 214-224, doi:10.15221/16.214.
Body Part Modeling on the Phone
Ioannis MARIGGIS, Olivier SAURER, Petri TANSKANEN
Astrivis AG, Zürich, Switzerland
In this work we propose a software pipeline which uses the inbuilt RGB camera of an off-theshelf smartphone, to create a 3D model from a set of ordered images. The motion of the camera is tracked visually and a subset of the images is processed to create depthmaps that are then fused into a single point cloud. Subsequently a textured mesh can be extracted. The software runs entirely on the phone in real-time, transforming the mobile platform into a portable handheld 3D scanner. The resulting 3D models are compared to 3D models created by a typical structured light sensor for mobile devices.
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