1 February 2005 Passive 3-D shape recovery of unknown objects using cooperative polarimetric and radiometric stereo vision processes
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Optical Engineering, 44(2), 027005 (2005). doi:10.1117/1.1839230
Abstract
The polarimetric characterization of a beam reflected onto a dielectric surface provides information about the orientation of this surface. From this principle, we present an original method for passive 3-D reconstruction of unknown objects. A specific vision system has been designed that enables polarization image acquisition and processing. The 3-D reconstruction is achieved by an integration process whose initialization data are provided in an original way by a cooperative edge-based stereo vision algorithm. Results obtained from real scenes are presented, which show off the reliability of our method applied to objects without any available a priori information as well as for flat or curved surfaces.
Pierre Miche, Abdelaziz Bensrhair, Denis Lebrun, "Passive 3-D shape recovery of unknown objects using cooperative polarimetric and radiometric stereo vision processes," Optical Engineering 44(2), 027005 (1 February 2005). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1839230
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