An image based multi-angle method for estimating reflection geometries of flexible objects
In order to perform multi-angle planar measurements, at relatively cheaper and faster way, we use a geometrical method which can be used with an image based measurement setup to measure such materials. The image based measurement setup help record the light reflected from the sample, in the digital pixel array sensor. The geometrical method estimates the incident (i) and reflection (r) angles at a given point (P) on the sample surface. It also maps the pixel positions on the camera sensor array to the corresponding point (P) on the sample surface. This information can therefore be used to understand the amount of light incident and reflected from a given point (P) on the sample surface and record it accordingly.
The proposed measurement setup can be used in, for example packaging industry, to perform online gonio-metric measurements during material reproduction process and estimate the incident and reflection angles of homogeneous flexible object materials when measuring light incident and reflected from the sample at different angles.
The results obtained show that the geometrical method corrects for the geometrical distortions and estimate the incident (i) and reflection (r) angles successfully.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 3, 2014
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