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This paper describes a system for capturing images of books with a handheld 3D stereo camera, which performs dewarping to produce images that are flattened. A Fujifilm consumer grade 3D camera provides a highly mobile and low-cost 3D capture device. Applying standard computer vision algorithms, camera calibration is performed, the captured images are stereo rectified, and the depth information is computed by block matching. Due to technical limitations, the resulting point cloud has defectsdoi:10.1109/das.2012.24 dblp:conf/das/CutterC12 fatcat:k74albh4xnfn5jlwnxtacqy4hy