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Fabriquer un scanner 3D avec un kit Arduino et un tourne-disque

Fabriquer un scanner 3D avec un kit Arduino et un tourne-disque
Sébastien Korczak a réalisé ce scanner 3D en utilisant un tourne-disque dont il a modifié la partie motorisation pour pouvoir la piloter à l’aide d’un kit Arduino. Sur la plateforme en rotation, on retrouve un appareil photo et un pointeur laser qui balaye la zone à scanner. Éléments de constitution un appareil photo avec une fonction enregistrement ( resol de 640×480, 30 images par secondes).un pointeur laser avec un diffuseur pour afficher une ligne.un tourne-disque modifié au niveau du moteur avec un moteur pas à pas piloté par kit Arduino. Fonctionnement Au niveau du fonctionnement, le principe est simple. L’appareil photo filme la projection de la ligne rouge émise par le laser et tous cela pendant un moment, le temps que le kit Arduino fasse faire une rotation pas à pas de l’ensemble. La ligne rouge du laser se voit donc déformé en fonction des objets se trouvant dans la pièce, du point de vue de l’appareil photo. Traitements des données via : hackaday

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