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Region based fusion of 3D and 2D visual data for Cultural Heritage objects
2016 23rd International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR)
A workflow is proposed for Cultural Heritage applications in which the fusion of 3D and 2D visual data is required. Using data acquired by cheap, standard devices, like a 3D scanner having a low quality 2D camera in it, and a high resolution DSLR camera, one can produce high quality color calibrated 3D model for documenting purpose. The proposed processing workflow combines a novel region based calibration method with an ICP alignment used for refining the results. It works on 3D data, that dodoi:10.1109/icpr.2016.7899996 dblp:conf/icpr/FrohlichKTTSW16 fatcat:v3lsuqqgj5h4fpdkm3zsd45biy