Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12313/323
Title: 3D scene reconstruction Based on a 2D moving LiDAR
Authors: Murcia Moreno, Harold Fabián
Monroy, Maria Fernanda
Mora, Luis Fernando
Keywords: 3D reconstruction
Terrestrial LiDAR
3D point clouds
Intrinsic calibration
Machine vision
Issue Date: 25-Oct-2018
Publisher: Springer, Cham
Citation: Murcia H.F., Monroy M.F., Mora L.F. (2018) 3D Scene Reconstruction Based on a 2D Moving LiDAR. In: Florez H., Diaz C., Chavarriaga J. (eds) Applied Informatics. ICAI 2018. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 942. Springer, Cham
Abstract: A real-world reconstruction from a computer graphics tool is one of the main issues in two different communities: robotics and artificial intelligence, both of them under different points of view such as computer science, perception and machine vision. A real scene can be reconstructed by generating of point clouds with the help of depth sensors, rotational elements and mathematical transformations according to the mechanical design. This paper presents the development of a three-dimensional laser range finder based on a two-dimensional laser scanner Hokuyo URG-04LX-UG01 and a step motor. The design and kinematic model of the system to generate 3D point clouds are presented with an experimental acquisition algorithm implemented on Robotic Operative System ROS in Python language. The quality of the generated reconstruction is improved with a calibration algorithm based on a model parameter optimization from a reference surface, the results from the calibrated model were compared with a commercial low-cost device. The concurrent application of the system permits the viewing of the scene from different perspectives. The output files can be easily visualized with Python or MATLAB and used for surface reconstruction, scene classification or mapping. In this way, typical robotic tasks can be realized, highlighting autonomous navigation, collision avoidance, grasp calculation and handling of objects.
URI: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-01535-0_22
ISSN: 1865-0929
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