Study on the Influence of Several Elements of Scanned Patterns on the Quality of 3D Body Scanned Data by using Structured Light Technique

Nguyen Thi Nhung†,‡, Phan Thanh Thao†*


†Hanoi University of Science and Technology – 1 Dai Co Viet Road, Ha Noi, Viet Nam

‡Hung Yen University of Technology and Education – Khoai Chau District, Hung Yen Provincial

Corresponding Author Email: thao.phanthanh@hust.edu.vn

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The quality of 3D human body scanned data is influenced by many factors, such as the colors of scanned surfaces, the standing postures of the scanned subjects, ambient lighting, scanner resolution, proper selection of scanned segments. The colors of scanned surface color, the standing posture of the scanned subject are essential factors affecting the accuracy of the measurement. Setting parameters and adjusting devices depend primarily on the characteristics of the scanning surface. This paper studies the structural shapes, the colors of the scanned outfit, and the postures of the subjects, which influence the quality of 3D body scanning images using a structured light system made suitably for Vietnamese people. In this study, the results of analyzing the color characteristics of the garment and the posture of the scanned subject, which influence the quality of the scanned image are presented. By optimizing these factors, setting up the scanned object parameters can be faster, easier, and more time-saving during the scanning process.