

Adjustments at the intermediary level  

Smoothing at the intermediary level. At the level of the mathematical representation the surface may be smoothed in order to reduce scanning noise and errors, thereby achieving the optimal balance between preserving the details of the object and suppressing the unavoidable artifacts generated by the scanning. The internal mathematical representation should be thought of as a complex formula, with the scalability and infinite resolution associated with an ideal representation. Compared to traditional triangulation techniques our method is distinguished by a significantly higher signal/noise ratio.
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