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Advanced Biomedical and Clinical Diagnostic Systems X
Intraoperative 3D imaging during minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is possible using structured lighting and has applications in the quantification of tissue morphology. However, projection schemes containing various patterns and colours can be disruptive to the surgeon's field of view. In this paper, a stroboscopic system is proposed in which structured lighting and white light images are interleaved during a high-speed camera acquisition so that the patterned light is not perceived and whitedoi:10.1117/12.909360 fatcat:iecxhbkuofdhje3xfyvwos3kpq