Tomographic reconstruction is a set of mathematical equations and models used to standardise and synchronise both the process of generating tomographic sections, and reconstituting them into an accurate 3D model.
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This book gives senior undergraduate and beginning graduate students and researchers in computer vision, applied mathematics, computer graphics, and robotics a self-contained introduction to the geometry of 3D vision; that is the reconstruction of 3D models of objects from a collection of 2D images.
This mammoth publication consists of several hundred illustrations, showing medieval clothing, armour, hand weapons, mounted weaponry, siege & balistic weaponry in fine detail - ideal for sensible reconstruction, or simply for ideas.
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Researchers at the University of Utah say that the way radio signals vary in a wireless network can reveal the movement of people behind closed doors. Joey Wilson and Neal Patwari have developed a technique called variance-based radio tomog...
Ancient languages hold a treasure trove of information about the culture, politics and commerce of millennia past. Yet, reconstructing them to reveal clues into human history can require decades of painstaking work. Now, scientists at the U...
The 3D reconstruction of a face from a single 2D image could be made faster and more accurate with new software being developed by scientists at York University.
Dr. William Smith, a lecturer in computer vision at York, aims ...
Medical scanners have combined with the latest bleeding-edge computer technology in a new exhibit at the British Museum.
Mummy: The Inside Story; the new exhibit opens on Thursday this week, and will show the insides of an Eg...
Signal reconstruction algorithms can now be developed more elegantly because scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics released a new software package for data analysis and imaging, NIFTY, that is useful for mapping in any num...