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|Title:||Techniques for seamless color registration and mapping on dense 3D models||Authors:||Pintus, Ruggero
|Keywords:||Image-to-geometry registration;color mapping;color blending;3D reconstruction||Issue Date:||12-Apr-2017||Publisher:||Springer||Project:||info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/EC/H2020/665091/EU/Scan4Reco/Scan4Reco/||Abstract:||
Today’s most widely used 3D digitization approach is a combination of active geometric sensing, mainly using laser scanning, with active or passive color sensing, mostly using digital photography. Producing a seamless colored object, starting from a geometric representation and a set of photographs, is a data fusion problem requiring effective solutions for image-to-geometry registration, and color mapping and blending. This chapter provides a brief survey of the state-of-the-art solutions, ranging from manual approaches to fully scalable automated methods.
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