Previously, the fringe projection was highly dependent on the surface properties of the scanning object. The color and reflection properties of the surface significantly effected the quality of the measurement results. This is where the digital adaptive full color projection technique of the StereoScan neo provides the necessary rectification by using color and intensity control to optimally adjust to surface properties.
For the first time, it is now possible to visualize the results of a measurement directly on the object. The adaptive full color projection technique enables not only projection of the color patterns which are necessary for the scanning process onto the object, but also of the measurement results. This allows for the deviations from the CAD to be visualized in color immediately following the measurement on the object surface.