Abstract

Three-dimensional (3D) acquisition of an object with modest accuracy and speed is of particular concern in practice. The performance of digital sinusoidal fringe pattern projection using an off-the-shelf digital video projector is generally discounted by the nonlinearity and low switch rate. In this paper, a binary encoding method to encode one computer-generated standard sinusoidal fringe pattern is presented for circumventing such deficiencies. In previous work [Opt. Eng. 54, 054108 (2015) [CrossRef]  ], we have developed a 3D system based on this encoding tactic and showed its prospective application. Here, we first build a physical model to explain the mechanism of how to generate good sinusoidality. The phase accuracy with respect to the conventional spatial binary encoding method and sinusoidal fringe pattern is also comparatively evaluated through simulation and experiments. We also adopt two phase-height mapping relationships to experimentally compare the measurement accuracy among them. The results indicate that the proposed binary encoding strategy has a comparable performance to that of sinusoidal fringe pattern projection and enjoys advantages over the spatial binary method under the same conditions.

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