mediaposted on 11.01.2021, 14:23 by Emma Le Francois
Display of the 3D reconstruction of the ellipsoid. The reconstruction of the object is done off-line. The reconstruction requires at least 32 frames for a full reconstruction, and here we chose to record 40 camera frames for each 3D frame to match the motor step duration and to achieve effective full 3D reconstruction at a standard video rate of 25 fps. Our full 3D reconstruction relies on 21 topographies of the ellipsoid out of 200 possible reconstructions. To be able to clearly see the reconstruction and to match it with the display speed of the real-time video of the ellipsoid in motion, we decided to display the surface normal components and the reconstruction at 3 fps.