Local Phase Correction Method Based on Multi-Frequency Phase Heterodyne

Jianfeng Tang, Xuan Feng, Yuanping Xu, Yanlong Cao, Tukun Li, Wenbo Qiao, Zhijie Xu

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The multi-frequency phase heterodyne method is the most common method applied in the unwrap phase, but it failed to reduce the noise error in the image and the sinusoidal error from the projector. In order to address these issues, this study proposes a local phase correction method. This study starts to determine whether a phase map needs to be corrected by calculating the deviation between the predicted and actual phase according to the slope of the projected standard fringe pattern. Then the phase is corrected by different intensities at different sections. Finally, the method compensates the phase error of the detail part with the minimum error phase correction. Experimental results showed that the local phase correction method is the optimal phase correction method, which reduced the phase error by 86.5%. Finally, the phase map of the metal workpiece surface was calculated by the various methods. And the phase map with the highest quality was obtained by using the local phase correction method.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2021 26th International Conference on Automation and Computing
Subtitle of host publicationSystem Intelligence through Automation and Computing, ICAC 2021
EditorsChenguang Yang
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Number of pages6
ISBN (Electronic)9781860435577
ISBN (Print)9781665443524
Publication statusPublished - 15 Nov 2021
Event26th International Conference on Automation and Computing - University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Duration: 2 Sep 20214 Sep 2021
Conference number: 26


Conference26th International Conference on Automation and Computing
Abbreviated titleICAC 2021
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
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