Project: Development of software for high-speed 3D survey using polarizing filters, a stereo imagingand a prototype 3D polarizing stereo camera device.
Project goal: Development of a prototype of an optical sensor that uses the ability to shoot with a polarizing filter for quick and low-cost 3D modeling shooting scenes. The prototype includes a library of computer vision algorithms and a hardware platform. In the future, the reconstruction result is planned to be used to build accurate dense 3D clouds (and then models) of the observed scene and to detect surface defects.
The innovation of the solution lies in the integration of sfp, stereo and multi-view approaches.
Competitive advantages in the international market of flaw detection are due to the following advantages:
- Lack of direct analogues in terms of price-quality ratio (compared with lidar solutions and systems with structural light).
- Lower cost and simpler shooting with comparable accuracy.
- Ability to shoot by single camera.
Clients: factories (steel, metal, machine-building) that want to speed up and automate the process of control of manufactured products.
Stage of the project: software and a prototype of the device are being developed, after that we are going to follow by pilot testing, production of devices, their implementation and support.