Research Output per year
A photometric stereo-imaging setup comprising a surveillance camera and four white light-emitting diodes was used to image a rotating cardboard box. The data show the surface normal vector components of the box obtained by this setup. The surface normals were updated at a rate of 15 Hz and the data show two representative frames that were taken 1.13 seconds apart.
|Date made available||6 Oct 2017|
|Publisher||University of Strathclyde|
Herrnsdorf, J., Broadbent, L., Wright, G. C., Dawson, M. D. & Strain, M. J., 1 Oct 2017. 2 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper
Projects per year
1/10/14 → 31/10/19
Herrnsdorf, J. (Creator), Broadbent, L. (Creator), Strain, M. (Contributor), Dawson, M. (Supervisor) (6 Oct 2017). Surface normals of an object in motion recorded by photometric stereo-imaging. University of Strathclyde. surface_normals(.zip). 10.15129/6237aade-c7f3-4078-9a69-0a957d208b68