Dynamic 3D Imaging: DAGM 2009 Workshop, Dyn3D 2009, Jena, by Mirko Schmidt, Bernd Jähne (auth.), Andreas Kolb, Reinhard

By Mirko Schmidt, Bernd Jähne (auth.), Andreas Kolb, Reinhard Koch (eds.)

3D imaging sensors were investigated for a number of a long time. lately, - provements on classical ways resembling stereo imaginative and prescient and established gentle at the one hand, and novel time-of-?ight (ToF) concepts nevertheless have emerged, resulting in 3D imaginative and prescient structures with noticeably improvedcharacter- tics. shortly, those options make full-range 3D information to be had at interactive body premiums, and hence open the trail towards a much wider program of 3D imaginative and prescient platforms. The workshop on Dynamic 3D imaginative and prescient (Dyn3D) used to be held along side the once a year convention of the German organization of development acceptance (DAGM) in Jena on September nine, 2009. prior workshops during this sequence have inquisitive about an identical subject, i.e., the Dynamic 3D imaginative and prescient workshopin conjunction with the DAGM convention in 2007 and the CVPR workshop Time of Flight Camera-Based desktop imaginative and prescient (TOF-CV) in 2008. The aim of this year’s workshop, as for the earlier occasions, used to be to represent a platform for researchers operating within the ?eld of real-time diversity imaging, the place all features, from sensor review to program situations, are addressed. After a truly aggressive and top quality reviewing approach, thirteen papers have been authorised for book during this LNCS factor. The examine region on dynamic 3D imaginative and prescient proved to be tremendous vigorous. back, as for earlier workshops in this ?eld, various new insights and novel methods on time-of-?ight sensors, on re- time mono- and multidimensional info processing and on quite a few functions are awarded in those workshop proceedings.

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This causes major problems to determine the right responsivity. 3 4 This feature is of interest within the FLICam-Project for fluorescence lifetime imaging. The acronym SBI will be used in this paper for both cameras to denote the feature described above without the aim to breach the copyright. 36 M. Erz and B. 47 1100 A data A lin. fit B data B lin. fit . 5 2 μp [photons/pixel] 100 K · 10−3 90 μy − μy,dark [DN] 2200 1500 0 0 A data A lin. fit B data B lin. fit . 23 3 2 A data A lin. fit B data B lin.

The distance measured by CamCube dCam (left) and the wiggling error Δd (right) vs. the real distance dreal on the large translation stage The agreement is quite good. The small differences for SR3101 probably trace back to the non-linearity of the responsibility of the sensor. Outliers for CamCube between 3 m and 4 m are caused by large variance of the gray values, which are located outside the plot boundaries. The reason are probably shortterm changes of the ambient light. Since the description of systematic errors in the distance measurement is not the goal of this paper, just the wiggling is shown for the CamCube in Fig.

5. Because of the non-linearity of the sensor the quantum efficiency for SR3101 is very erratic. As mentioned above non-linearity in the sensitivity of the sensor causes problems during the determination of responsivity. Wiggling in the responsivity (Fig. 3) implicates very erratic determination of the slope and thus of η. Because of the very small scale (10−5 ) small changes in the slope already cause clear changes in the quantum efficiency. On the other hand the spectrum of the Xe arc-lamp shows very high peaks in IR range.

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