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I'm reviewing laserscanning (by own choice, based on curiosity) as a project in school, which weighs pretty heavily on my grades. Could anyone explain how this works in basics, or maybe a bit more thorough? All the things I know so far are not facts, simply guesses and assumptions. All I can think of is that the camera reads "depth" by calculating how much the laser-line differs from not having any object infront at all. I don't know how it actually works, but I'd really like to know.
This is extremely helpful of you, thanks! I've been really curious to see how this works, and now I can learn it once and for all. Would feel pretty strange to talk about it if I don't know what it does myself