Separation of Transparent Layers by Polarization Analysis

@inproceedings{Shamir1999SeparationOT,
  title={Separation of Transparent Layers by Polarization Analysis},
  author={Joseph Shamir and Nahum Kiryati and Yoav Y. Schechner},
  year={1999}
}
Consider the phenomenon of a virtual image, semi-re ected by a transparent medium (e.g, a glass window) present in the scene. The semire ected image is superimposed on the image of the object that is behind the transparent medium. A novel approach is proposed for the recovery of the superimposed layers. An initial separation of the layers is obtained using the raw output of a polarizing lter placed in front of the camera at two polarizer orientations. This separation is insuÆcient at most… CONTINUE READING

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