Summer Research Stay:
3D surface imaging by fringe projection
This is a short theoretical and practical course for undergraduate students with interest in opto-digital image processing systems for three-dimensional surface imaging (3D scanning). This course provides elementary topics on the digital fringe projection method for optical measurement of 3D objects. This short course can be useful as an introduction to computer vision in graduate studies.
- Linear algebra
- Homogeneous coordinates
- Parallel coordinates
- Hough transform
- Square-radial checkerboard
- Phase demodulation
- Fringe projection systems
 R. Juarez-Salazar et al, “Key concepts for phase-to-coordinate conversion in fringe projection systems” Applied Optics 58(18), 4828-4834, 2019.
 R. Juarez-Salazar and V. H. Diaz-Ramirez, "Operator-based homogeneous coordinates: application in camera document scanning" Opt. Eng., 56(7), 070801, 2017.
 R. Juarez-Salazar and V. H. Diaz-Ramirez, "Flexible camera-projector calibration using superposed color checkerboards" Optics and Lasers in Engineering, 120, 59-65, 2019.
 R. Juarez-Salazar et al, "How do phase-shifting algorithms work?" Eur. J. Phys. 39(6), 065302, 2018.
 R. Juarez-Salazar and V. H. Diaz-Ramirez, "Homography estimation by two PClines Hough transforms and a square-radial checkerboard pattern" Applied Optics, 57(2), 3316-3322, 2018.
 J. Geng, “Structured-light 3D surface imaging: a tutorial” Adv. Opt. Photon. 3(2), 128-160, 2011.