INTERIOR RECONSTRUCTION USING THE 3D HOUGH TRANSFORM

Dumitru, R.-C.; Borrmann, D.; Nüchter, A.

Laser scanners are often used to create accurate 3D models of buildings for civil engineering purposes, but the process of manually vectorizing a 3D point cloud is time consuming and error-prone (Adan and Huber, 2011). Therefore, the need to characterize and quantify complex environments in an automatic fashion arises, posing challenges for data analysis. This paper presents a system for 3D modeling by detecting planes in 3D point clouds, based on which the scene is reconstructed at a high architectural level through removing automatically clutter and foreground data. The implemented software detects openings, such as windows and doors and completes the 3D model by inpainting.

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Dumitru, R.-C. / Borrmann, D. / Nüchter, A.: INTERIOR RECONSTRUCTION USING THE 3D HOUGH TRANSFORM. 2013. Copernicus Publications.

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