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This limits the ability to identify small bumps in the 3D profile (note that these particles are currently gathered as fines). At this stage of development, calibration of the analysis is required to achieve a more accurate measurement of the full distribution. However, improving the range resolution of the BVS at 13 m is still desirable to ultimately eliminate the need for calibration. This improvement can be achieved by modifying the current stereo camera configuration, by improving the existing camera resolution, computer processing power and algorithm sophistication.
Light related texture (shadowing) and the corresponding 3D image showing a clearer view of the information of interest. Minor aberrations are still present and indicate a localised loss of textural information between the stereo image pair. is quite robust given the lighting variations across the image. Any loss of textural information is evident as holes in the 3D image. Small holes can be addressed to some extent by interpolation from surrounding information; however, larger holes are more difficult to interpolate across and are left to indicate loss of information in that region.
J. 2006. The latest in on-line fragmentation measurement—stereo imaging over a conveyor. FRAGBLAST 8—Proc. 8th International Symposium on Rock Fragmentation by Blasting, 7–11 May, Santiago, pp. 61–66. , Schleifer, J. & Pirard, E. 2009. Evaluating a calibration method for the estimation of fragmented rock 3D-size-distribution out of 2D images. FRAGBLAST 9—Proc. 9th International Symposium on Rock Fragmentation by Blasting, Granada, 13–17 September, pp. 221–228. C. P. 1995. SIROFRAG—A new technique for post-blast rock fragmentation size distribution measurement.