In our Laboratory, experimental set-ups dedicated to the development of both research activities and teaching facilities are available. These are used by Ph.D. students and research fellows involved in the experimental activities, as well as by undergraduate students who attend the Laboratory for experimental demonstrations of their classes and seminars.

The possibility of approaching the experimental side of the theory learned in the courses is strategic to enable the undergraduate students to find the opportunity to carry out research on innovative topics, both in basic and in applied research.

Three dimensional vision systems based on active and passive triangulation have been developed since 1990. Suitable procedures for acquisition and elaboration have been implemented. The systems have been successfully used in many applications.

Student Projects 2018/2019

The projects presented by the students to complete the exam are described here. Every group was composed of two members, …

Student Projects 2014-2015

The article presents a list of projects developed for the course of 2D Vision Systems during the year 2014-2015. The …

Student Projects 2008-2009

This article reports the projects developed by students in the area of the development and validation of 2D vision systems …

Development of Laser Slits: Student Projects

The development of systems based on the¬†projecttion of laser stripes¬†is very interesting under the education point of view. Students must …

Student Projects 2006-2007

This is an example of the typical project in the course of Optical Measurements. The students have been involved into …

Photogrammetry: experiences carried out in the Laboratory from 2004 to 2007

From 2004 to 2007 a number of students have done projects and hands-on practice in the Laboratory with photogrammetry. The …