With the development of optics and microelectronics
technology, the portable 3D scanner which is regarded as combination of laser technology,
computer science and artificial intelligence have been applied widely in the three-dimensional
measuring field, the built-in electromagnetic tracking technology
has played an important role in the portable scanner. Combined with the coordinate
conversion formula and equipment we can get, using experimental method, we designed
the built-in electromagnetic tracking system, using experimental tests, our system
can work normally and we accomplished the design and analysis work. This paper is
the introduction of this part.
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