Robust Structured Light Coding for 3D Imaging in Difficult Conditions

The project Robust Structured Light Coding for 3D Imaging in Difficult Conditions (short name: 3D-CODING) will investigate methods for structured light profilometry including 3D surface imaging under direct sunlight and underwater 3D surface imaging. The main goal of the project is to research new structured light patterns and associated coding functions. The expected applied contribution is a construction a 3D scanner for underwater scanning whose operation is experimentally verified.

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Research project "Robust Structured Light Coding for 3D Imaging in Difficult Conditions" has approved funding for one postdoctoral researcher for a limited duration of employment till 31st January, 2024..

The postdoctoral position is currently vacant so potential candidates may contact the principal investigator via e-mail tomislav.petkovic.jr@fer.hr if interested in the job.

Author: Tomislav Petković