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http://sites.google.com/site/todddanko/home/webcam_laser_ranger

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i have seen this site a month back i didn'd understand the abbreviated term LIDAR
i got to know it now . Thanks !
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Not exactly arduino-compatible(ok, not even close  smiley ) but if you want distance-mapping like it sounds like, I think you'll need much more processing power than the ATMega can handle.

If you're trying to create a 3D scan of an area like in the site you linked, this seems like the way to go... you just need to figure out a way to combine the RGB and the depth to get it textured correctly.  Sounds tricky, but certainly possible.
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