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Type: Artigo
Title: Three-dimensional reconstruction of live fish through the moiré technique
Author: Silva, Ariovaldo José da
Fracarolli, Juliana Aparecida
Pavarin, Fernanda Fernandes Adimari
Suzigan, Kátia Cristina
Cesar, Thais Queiroz Zorzeto
Dal Fabbro, Inácio Maria
Abstract: Currently, in fish farms, the controls of the physical characteristics of the fishes, for example, size and mass are made by means of the operation of fish removal, in which the tanks are emptied to capture the animals and perform the biometry. This operation demands large volumes of water and generates effluent containing high concentrations of organic matter and nutrients that can contribute to the deterioration of water quality in the recipient bodies. Therefore, the development of technologies that use digital image processing, such as the moiré technique and image analysis, can be important allies for the preservation of environmental quality by avoiding the fish removal and the discharge of effluents, increasing productivity due to optimization of the time and still the saving of water. To obtain the images a 9-liter glass aquarium, a support for notebook and light projector, a digital camera brand Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 were used. The objective of this work was to obtain the three-dimensional reconstruction of live fish in aquariums. In the future, the technique can be developed to obtain the mass and the volume of the fish in fish tanks, replacing the fish removal, allowing the preservation of water resources.
Subject: Biometria
Peixe
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: David Publishing
Rights: Aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.17265/2161-6264/2018.04.006
Address: http://www.davidpublisher.org/index.php/Home/Article/index?id=36866.html
Date Issue: 2018
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