This paper presents a multispectral imaging system for 3D reconstruction of transparent objects based on “shape from polarization” technique. The originality of this work relies on a multispectral active lighting system which enables to cope with the two ambiguities on the zenith angle and azimuth angle. A calibration step allows optimising the polarimetric measurements. Example of a reconstructed transparent object is presented.
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