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Réalisation d'un système d'acquisition 3D pour des objets transparents

Abstract : This thesis deals with a new automated tridimensional inspection system for transparent surfaces, based on polarization analysis. We first present an extension of the ‘Shape from Polarization’ method for transparent surfaces. After being reflected, an unpolarized light wave becomes partially linearly polarized, depending on the surface normal and on the refractive index of the media it impinges on. Hence, by measuring the polarization parameters of the reflected light, the surface normals are computed. The ambiguity concerning the normal orientation is solved here with a multispectral lighting system. Finally, the description of the whole acquisition prototype is given as well as some experimental results on calibrated objects are presented.
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Mathias Ferraton. Réalisation d'un système d'acquisition 3D pour des objets transparents. Autre [cs.OH]. Université de Bourgogne, 2010. Français. ⟨NNT : 2010DIJOS026⟩. ⟨tel-00584035⟩



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