Photomodelling is an innovative, economical and fast technique based on the same principles of photogrammetry, which leads to the creation of 3-dimensional models starting from the simple acquisition of photographs. The aim of this paper is to define performances and metrological characteristics of this new technique and to understand the full potential offered by point cloud processing software. The analytical comparison considers a structured light 3D scanning system Creaform Go Scan 50 with metrological certification as a reference, in order to verify the accuracy and precision of photomodelling, using a modified function of the ICP algorithm and spatial, volumetric and superficial comparison criteria

Comparison between point cloud processing techniques

Roberto Marsili
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Michele Moretti;Gianluca Rossi
2018

Abstract

Photomodelling is an innovative, economical and fast technique based on the same principles of photogrammetry, which leads to the creation of 3-dimensional models starting from the simple acquisition of photographs. The aim of this paper is to define performances and metrological characteristics of this new technique and to understand the full potential offered by point cloud processing software. The analytical comparison considers a structured light 3D scanning system Creaform Go Scan 50 with metrological certification as a reference, in order to verify the accuracy and precision of photomodelling, using a modified function of the ICP algorithm and spatial, volumetric and superficial comparison criteria
2018
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