External Anatomical Shapes Reconstruction from Turntable Image Sequences using a Single off-the-shelf Camera

Teresa Azevedo, João Manuel R. S. Tavares, Mário A. P. Vaz


Three-dimensional (3D) human body reconstruction and modeling from two-dimensional (2D) images is a topic of great interest and research but still remains a difficult problem to solve. Volumetric based methods are commonly used to solve this type of problem. With those methods, from a turntable image sequence of an object, a 3D model can be built. The final goal of the work presented in this paper is to reconstruct all-round 3D models of external anatomical shapes with good accuracy and photorealistic appearance, using a single off-the-shelf camera and a volumetric method.


Computer Vision; 3D Reconstruction; Volumetric methods; Camera calibration

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