Three-Dimensional Reconstruction with a Laser Line Based on 2 Image In-Painting and Multi-Spectral Photometric Stereo
journal contributionposted on 09.09.2021, 09:21 by L Lu, H Zhu, J Dong, Y Ju, Huiyu Zhou
This paper presents a multi-spectral photometric stereo (MPS) method based on image in-painting, which can reconstruct the shape using a multi-spectral image with a laser line. One of the difficulties in multi-spectral photometric stereo is to extract the laser line because the required illumination for MPS, e.g., red, green, and blue light, may pollute the laser color. Unlike previous methods, through the improvement of the network proposed by Isola, a Generative Adversarial Network based on image in-painting was proposed, to separate a multi-spectral image with a laser line into a clean laser image and an uncorrupted multi-spectral image without the laser line. Then these results were substituted into the method proposed by Fan to obtain high-precision 3D reconstruction results. To make the proposed method applicable to real-world objects, a rendered image dataset obtained using the rendering models in ShapeNet has been used for training the network. Evaluation using the rendered images and real-world images shows the superiority of the proposed approach over several previous methods.