Dense Shape Reconstruction of a Moving Object under Arbitrary, Unknown Lighting

@inproceedings{Simakov2003DenseSR,
  title={Dense Shape Reconstruction of a Moving Object under Arbitrary, Unknown Lighting},
  author={Denis Simakov and Darya Frolova and Ronen Basri},
  booktitle={ICCV},
  year={2003}
}
We present a method for shape reconstruction from several images of a moving object. The reconstruction is dense (up to image resolution). The method assumes that the motion is known, e.g., by tracking a small number of feature points on the object. The object is assumed Lambertian (completely matte), light sources should not be very close to the object but otherwise arbitrary, and no knowledge of lighting conditions is required. An object changes its appearance significantly when it changes… CONTINUE READING
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