Reconstruction tridimensionnelle par stéréophotométrie

Abstract : This thesis tackles the photometric stereo problem, a 3D-reconstruction technique consisting in taking several pictures of a scene under different lightings. We first focus on robust techniques for estimating the normals to the surface, and for integrating these normals into a depth map. Then, we study two situations where the problem is ill-posed: when lightings are unknown and when only two images are used. Part 3 is devoted to more realistic models, in terms of lightings and of surface reflectance. These first three parts bring us to the limits of the usual formulation of photometric stereo: we eventually introduce in Part 4 a variational and differential reformulation of this problem which allows us to overcome these limits.
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Yvain Quéau. Reconstruction tridimensionnelle par stéréophotométrie. Vision par ordinateur et reconnaissance de formes [cs.CV]. Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, 2015. Français. ⟨tel-01261526⟩



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