Petros Stavroulakis, Rong Su and Danny Sims-Waterhouse attended SPIE Conference on Optical Metrology
Petros Stavroulakis, Rong Su and Danny Sims-Waterhouse attended the International SPIE Conference on Optical Metrology in Munich, Germany from 25th June to 29th of June 2017. The meeting was running in parallel with four more conferences namely Lasers in Manufacturing, EOS Optical Technologies, SPIE Digital Optical Technologies and European Conferences on Biomedical Optics attended by hundreds of exhibitors and hundreds of optical experts and students. The congress was named World of Photonics congress and is one of the most important biannual events in optics and photonics. Petros presented a paper on work performed by himself, Shuxiao Chen, Danny Sims-Waterhouse, Samanta Piano, Patrick Bointon, Nicholas Southon and Richard Leach entitled “Combined use of a priori data for fast system self-calibration of a non-rigid multi-camera fringe projection system” (paper); describing our work on the self-calibration of a fringe projection system using an accurate system model and inverse rendering performed with advanced rendering tools.
Rong Su presented a talk on work performed by himself, Jeremy Coupland (Loughborough University), Yuhang Wang (HIT) and Richard Leach entitled “Tolerance on sphere radius for the calibration of the transfer function of coherence scanning interferometry" (paper) ; describing part of our work on the experimental verification of the linear theory of surface measurement using coherence scanning interferometry.
Danny Sims-Waterhouse presented a talk on work performed by himself, Patrick Bointon, Samanta Paino and Richard Leach entitled "Experimental comparison of photogrammetry for additive manufactured parts with and without laser speckle projection" (paper); describing the use of laser speckle projection as a method of texture projection for photogrammetry and its effect on the measurement for a set of additively manufactured artefacts.