|Title||Laser Scanner Super-resolution
(In Proceedings) |
Yong J Kil, Nina Amenta, Boris Mederos |
|Keyword(s)||super resolution, laser scanner|
|Organization||Point Based Graphics|
We give a method for improving the resolution of surfaces captured with a laser range scanner by combining many very similar scans. This idea is an application of the 2D image processing technique known as super-resolution. The input lower-resolution scans are each randomly shifted, so that each one contributes slightly different information to the final model. Noise is reduced by averaging the input scans.