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Nowadays, 3D scanners have become widely used tools in different disciplines, such as robotics, medicine and manufacturing. These devices are capable of representing virtual 3D objects with extremely good accuracy, but they are very expensive, making them not affordable for research institutions with low economical resources. Because of that, many authors have been worked on projects to develop low cost 3D scanners implementing different methodologies and technologies. This article shows adoi:10.1016/j.protcy.2013.04.028 fatcat:rrhkktuoozdedk3ookfafccabq