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Use of variable wavelengths is a key feature of variable geometry laser metrology, allowing a single device to perform many different types of measurements. There are currently three main areas of research: laser wavelength tuning

  • for use in dynamic measurement processes such as gaging and dimensioning
  • for use in static measurement processes such as profiling and texture measurement
  • for use in both static and dynamic measurement processes

Steps in image processing for laser detection: 1) Pre-processing, such as conversion of grayscale into binary, classification, elimination of noise, intensity mapping, and threshold determination; 2) Feature extraction, such as contour extraction, feature points, and skeleton points; 3) Database construction, such as classification, clustering, and outlier detection; 4) Training, such as learning and regression

Lasers used in surface and shape characterization can be divided into two main categories: dispersed and dense. Dense beams The scattered beams from dense lasers exhibit very complex scattering patterns, and these patterns have highly reproducible features. These features are usually high-frequency ones which are widely separated, and an accurate measurement of the physical surface can be obtained from scanning dense laser beams. Examples of these lasers include lasers based on solid state devices and fiber lasers, which offer beam brightnesses of up to 107 W/cm2 and spatial coherence lengths of 1-3 m, respectively. Dispersed beams The scattered beams from dispersed lasers exhibit weak scattering and are incoherent, making it very difficult to measure the physical surface. In these lasers, the coherent spatial and temporal behavior of the scattering effect is controlled, such that a sampled sequence of the scattered beams forms a speckle pattern.


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