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This chapter describes three different techniques for vision-based reconstruction of 3D shapes. The use of structured lighting is a relatively simple but accurate method. Stereo vision might be called the 3D shape-reconstruction method in computer vision; its actual stereo-matching challenges are a subject in the following chapter; here we only discuss how results of stereo matching are used to derive 3D shape. Finally, as an alternative technique, we briefly describe shading-based 3D-shape understanding.
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