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000165831 245__ $$aMonocular 3D Reconstruction of Locally Textured Surfaces
000165831 269__ $$a2012
000165831 260__ $$bInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers$$c2012
000165831 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000165831 520__ $$aMost recent approaches to monocular non-rigid 3D shape recovery rely on exploiting point correspondences and work best when the whole surface is well-textured. The alternative is to rely either on contours or shading information, which has only been demonstrated in very restrictive settings. Here, we propose a novel approach to monocular deformable shape recovery that can operate under complex lighting and handle partially textured surfaces, whether developable or not. At the heart of our algorithm, are a learned mapping from intensity patterns to the shape of local surface patches and a principled approach to piecing together the resulting local shape estimates. We validate our approach quantitatively and qualitatively using both synthetic and real data.
000165831 6531_ $$a3D Reconstruction
000165831 6531_ $$aShape
000165831 6531_ $$aShading
000165831 700__ $$0242713$$aVarol, Aydin$$g179178
000165831 700__ $$0245251$$aShaji, Appu$$g188751
000165831 700__ $$aSalzmann, Mathieu
000165831 700__ $$0240252$$aFua, Pascal$$g112366
000165831 773__ $$j34$$k6$$q1118-1130$$tIEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence
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