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Complete 3D Surface Reconstruction from an Unstructured Point Cloud of Arbitrary Shape by Using a Bounding Voxel Model

경계 복셀 모델을 이용한 임의 형상의 비조직화된 점군으로부터의 3 차원 완전 형상 복원

  • 이일섭 (한국항공대학교 대학원 항공우주 및 기계공학부) ;
  • 김석일 (한국항공대학교 항공우주 및 기계공학부)
  • Published : 2006.08.01

Abstract

This study concerns an advanced 3D surface reconstruction method that the vertices of surface model can be completely matched to the unstructured point cloud measured from arbitrary complex shapes. The concept of bounding voxel model is introduced to generate the mesh model well-representing the geometrical and topological characteristics of point cloud. In the reconstruction processes, the application of various methodologies such as shrink-wrapping, mesh simplification, local subdivision surface fitting, insertion of is isolated points, mesh optimization and so on, are required. Especially, the effectiveness, rapidity and reliability of the proposed surface reconstruction method are demonstrated by the simulation results for the geometrically and topologically complex shapes like dragon and human mouth.

Keywords

Surface Reconstruction;Point Cloud;Complete Matching;Bounding Voxel Model;Reverse Engineering

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