A Single-Wavelength Real-Time Material-Sensing Camera Based On Time-Of-Flight Measurements

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A Single-Wavelength Real-Time Material-Sensing Camera Based On Time-Of-Flight Measurements


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A Single-Wavelength Real-Time Material-Sensing Camera Based On Time-Of-Flight Measurements

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Time-of-Flight (ToF) cameras provide a fast and robust way of acquiring the 3D shape of real scenes. Dense depth images can be generated at tens of frame per second. 3D shapes can be then segmented and objects classified, but can we directly sense the obj
Time-of-Flight (ToF) cameras provide a fast and robust way of acquiring the 3D shape of real scenes. Dense depth images can be generated at tens of frame per second. 3D shapes can be then segmented and objects classified, but can we directly sense the obj