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Short review of polarimetric imaging based method for 3D measurements

Abstract : In the domain of 3D measurement for inspection purposes, standard systems based on triangulation approaches, can be limited by the nature of the observed surface. When the surface is not lambertian, i.e. highly reflective or transparent, other strategies to ease the measurement need to be developed. The idea of using the polarization property of the light is one of them. This was explored to be a complementary modality, in triangulation or shape from distortion methods, or used in a standalone system through the concept of "shape from polarization". In this paper we propose a short state of the art of the usage of polarimetric imaging for the study of surface and the measurement of 3D data. We focus on recent development applied to the industrial domain, or the health domain.
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Christophe Stolz, Abir Kechiche,, Olivier Aubreton. Short review of polarimetric imaging based method for 3D measurements. Conference on Optics, Photonics and Digital Technologies for Imaging Applications IV, Apr 2016, Bruxelles, Belgium. pp.UNSP 98960P, ⟨10.1117/12.2229931⟩. ⟨hal-01438305⟩



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