Publications and responsibilities
Adaptive Multi-Frequency Phase Stepping for Optimal 3D Depth Reconstruction
Real-time super-resolved 3D in turbid water using a fast range-gated CMOS camera
We present a range-gated camera system designed for real-time (10 Hz) 3D estimation underwater. The system uses a fast-shutter CMOS sensor (1280×1024 1280×1024 ) customized to facilitate gating with 1.67 ns (18.8 cm in water) delay steps relative to the triggering of a solid-state actively 𝑄 Q...
Structured Light Imaging under Sunlight Conditions
UTOFIA - an underwater time-of-flight imaging acquisition system
In this article the development of a newly designed Time-of-Flight (ToF) image sensor for underwater applications is described. The sensor is developed as part of the project UTOFIA (underwater time-of-flight image acquisition) funded by the EU within the Horizon 2020 framework. This project aims to...
UTOFIA project - A new compact, cost-efficient concept for underwater range-gated imaging
Design tool for TOF and SL based 3D cameras
Active illumination 3D imaging systems based on Time-of-flight (TOF) and Structured Light (SL) projection are in rapid development, and are constantly finding new areas of application. In this paper, we present a theoretical design tool that allows prediction of 3D imaging precision. Theoretical...
A Real-Time 3D Range Image Sensor based on a novel Tip-Tilt-Piston Micro-mirror and Dual Frequency Phase Shifting
Structured light is a robust and accurate method for 3D range imaging in which one or more light patterns are projected onto the scene and observed with an off-axis camera. Commercial sensors typically utilize DMD- or LCD-based LED projectors, which produce good results but have a number of...