A photometric stereo-imaging setup comprising a surveillance camera and four white light-emitting diodes was used to image a rotating cardboard box. The data show the surface normal vector components of the box obtained by this setup. The surface normals were updated at a rate of 15 Hz and the data show two representative frames that were taken 1.13 seconds apart.
Herrnsdorf, J. (Creator), Broadbent, L. (Creator), Strain, M. (Contributor), Dawson, M. (Supervisor) (6 Oct 2017). Surface normals of an object in motion recorded by photometric stereo-imaging. University of Strathclyde. surface_normals(.zip). 10.15129/6237aade-c7f3-4078-9a69-0a957d208b68