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Name (Institute + Shorttitle)Farman Institute 3D Point Sets 
Description (include details on usage, files and paper references)The Farman Institute 3D Point Sets dataset contains 11 objects by a 3D laser scanner. This dataset was peer-reviewed by Image Processing On Line: Farman Institute 3D Point Sets.
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The experimental scanning device is made of three distinct parts: a displacement system, a digitizing sensor and a data processing system.

The displacement system is a Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) headed with a contact-free laser-plane sensor (the digitizing system). This scanner is connected to the CMM through a motorized indexing head as shown in figure 1. The two scanner head orientations are given by two angles A and B that can only be incremented by 7.5.


Tanagra
object size: 22 7.5 9 cm
(160 sweeps, 17,496,999 points, 186MBytes)

Dancer with Crotales
object size: 20 11 6 cm
(94 sweeps, 5,524,627 points, 60MBytes)

Mime
high-resolution photographs
object size: 17.5 7 5 cm
(102 sweeps, 8,611,522 points, 93MBytes)

Nefertiti
object size: 19 11 6 cm
(115 sweeps, 15,554,528 points, 168MBytes)

Dame de Brassempouy
object size: 6 2 2 cm
(18 sweeps, 319,220 points, 3.5MBytes)

Pyramid
object size: 8 7.5 7.5 cm
(41 sweeps, 5,632,884 points, 59MBytes)

Mask
object size: 16 10 6 cm
(78 sweeps, 8,961,736 points, 99MBytes)

Amants de Bordeaux
object size: 8 13 x 7 cm
(70 sweeps, 15,835,405 points, 168MBytes)

Rosetta Stone
object size: 32 25.5 1.5 cm
(62 sweeps, 36,201,537 points, 363MBytes)

Anubis Bas-relief
object size: 30 20 2 cm
(13 sweeps, 9,991,040 points, 97MBytes)

Mire
object size: 7 x 15 15 cm
(75 sweeps, 16,111,522 points, 173MBytes)

 
URL Linkhttp://hci.iwr.uni-heidelberg.de//Benchmarks/document/farman_3d_points/ 
Files (#)11 
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Tags (single words, spaced)3d laser scanner object reconstruction model point 
Last Changed2017-04-28 
Turing (2.12+3.25=?) :-)