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Turn-table based 3D object reconstruction

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Alex Magsam
Alex Magsam on 16 Jun 2016
Answered: cdc seacave on 17 Jun 2016
I have 500 images that were taken of a mouse in a vile spinning for one entire revolution about a vertical axis. I also have the center of rotation offset calculated, in pixels.
With these 500 images, a 3D reconstruction of the mouse can be made.
The camera is stationary, and the vile is attached to a motor that rotates about its y-axis. The vile is perfectly vertical with no angle offset. An image is taken every .72 degrees, coming out to be 500 images after a 360 degree revolution. I need an algorithm that will take in the images, and utilize the center of rotation offset to reconstruct the mouse.

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cdc seacave
cdc seacave on 17 Jun 2016
If the mouse is static (did not move between the images) standard structure-from-motion techniques can be used, like OpenMVG+OpenMVS (open-source) or 3Dnovator (proprietary).

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