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Monday, October 28 • 2:00pm - 6:00pm
Tu 113 - Beginner’s Guide to 3D imaging...

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A Beginner’s Guide to 3D imaging and dimensional metrology
J-Angelo Beraldin and Adriana Bandiera

Objectives: 3D data acquisition and processing methods are presented in a dimensional metrology context for close range and medium/long range 3D surface inspection and modelling applications.
• Identify the different types and technologies used for 3D imaging.
• Understand the physical and practical limitations when measuring surfaces with a 3D imaging system.
• Know the basic ISO and national standards available or related to 3D imaging.
• Develop a strategy that includes concepts drawn from dimensional metrology when measuring and modelling an object/site. 
• Give attendees a sense of control for the measurement process and its practical applications in their ever changing challenges they are faced with.
• Several examples will be discussed, professional quality processing software will be used and a handout of all the material presented will be available to attendees.

- Introduction to non-contact 3D measurements; 
- Basic dimensional metrology, measurement uncertainty, temperature effects, materials, environment and laser safety;
o Introduction to 3D imaging techniques: laser scanning, fringe projection systems, photogrammetry, medium-long range 3D imaging;
- Standards and their applications/implications;
- Verification of 3D imaging systems using artifacts;
- Applications of 3D imaging and on-screen demonstration using a commercial software package;

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Adriana Bandiera

Coordinamento SIBA - University of Salento
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J-Angelo Beraldin

Researcher, NRC Canada

Monday October 28, 2013 2:00pm - 6:00pm CET
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room E

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