Abstract—3D digitization is an emerging technology that involves capturing three-dimensional (3D) models of real-world objects using various sensors. In this seminar, we will explore the different types of sensors used for 3D digitization, including laser scanners, structured light scanners, and photogrammetry. We will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each sensor type, their operating principles, and applications. We will also examine the challenges faced in 3D digitization, such as sensor noise, occlusion, and the need for accurate calibration. Additionally, we will cover recent developments in sensor technology and their potential impact on 3D digitization. By the end of this seminar, attendees will have a comprehensive understanding of sensors used for 3D digitization and their importance in various fields such as archaeology, architecture, engineering, and manufacturing.

Keywords—3D digitization, sensors, laser scanners, structured light scanners, photogrammetry, calibration, sensor noise, occlusion, archaeology, architecture, engineering, manufacturing

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.125263

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