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Shape from Water Reflection

@article{Kawahara2019ShapeFW,
  title={Shape from Water Reflection},
  author={Ryo Kawahara and Shohei Nobuhara and Ko Nishino},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1906.10284}
}
This paper introduces single-image 3D scene reconstruction from water reflection photography, i.e., images capturing direct and water-reflected real-world scenes. Water reflection offers an additional viewpoint to the direct sight, collectively forming a stereo pair. The water-reflected scene, however, includes internally scattered and reflected environmental illumination in addition to the scene radiance, which precludes direct stereo matching. We derive a principled iterative method that… Expand

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