Ren, Hongyu, Jiang, Xiang and Gao, F. (2013) Simulation of Tri-sensor Deflectometry for Freeform and Structured Specular Surfaces. In: Proceedings of Computing and Engineering Annual Researchers' Conference 2013 : CEARC'13. University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, p. 236. ISBN 9781862181212

Freeform and structured specular surfaces have been widely used in optics, aerospace and
MEMS/NEMS fields. For complex surfaces, fast high precision measurement is always a challenging
requirement of product designers and manufactures. Recently, stereo-deflectometry has been proposed to measure the slope information of detected surfaces. However, this method possesses
some blind points when measuring specular surface with steps. We propose that tri-sensor deflectometry consisting of three cameras and a LCD screen, could measure freeform and structured
specular surface quickly. This poster will briefly describe how tri-sensor deflectometry works. A horizontal and vertical sinusoidal fringe pattern acting as a LCD screen and a parabolic surface are simulated. The three cameras simultaneously capture the phase information of the distorted fringe patterns via the detected specular surface. The simulation of phase unwrapping and integration processes is discussed.

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