Laser-tracker-based reference measurement for geometric calibration of phase-measuring deflectometry with active display registration

Sperling, Yann; Bergmann, Ralf Bernhard

Phase-measuring deflectometry (PMD) with active display registration (ADR) is a ray-optics-based technique for the shape measurement of specular surfaces. To obtain quantitative results, the relative position of the cameras of the PMD–ADR setup needs to be determined by geometric calibration. Geometric calibration can be performed by inserting a planar mirror into the setup that brings all camera fields of view to overlap on an active pattern display. The mirror is tilted to multiple positions and each time the cameras capture the displayed images, which yields sufficient data to obtain the relative camera positions and the positions of the mirror. In this article, we give a more detailed description of PMD–ADR and its calibration. We also implement a laser-tracker-based reference method to measure the mirror positions and use its result to expose systematic errors in the geometric calibration.

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Sperling, Yann / Bergmann, Ralf Bernhard: Laser-tracker-based reference measurement for geometric calibration of phase-measuring deflectometry with active display registration. 2024. Copernicus Publications.

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