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Use of polarimetric imaging of emissive objects


This paper describes the use of polarization information to estimate the shape of emissive objects in the field of non-conventional imaging techniques for 3D digitization. Using "Shape from Polarization" method which is applied in the far infrared for transparent object and in the near infrared for the molten metal. Our study shows that by studying the state of polarization of the emitted radiation from the object, normal of the surface can be determined and subsequently the 3D shape.
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A Zanzouri Kechiche, Olivier Aubreton, Alexandre Mathieu, Christophe Stolz. Use of polarimetric imaging of emissive objects. THIRTEENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON QUALITY CONTROL BY ARTIFICIAL VISION 2017, May 2017, Tokyo, Japan. pp.UNSP 103380Q, ⟨10.1117/12.2266940⟩. ⟨hal-01564750⟩
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