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This paper introduces a novel method for surface reconstruction using the depth discontinuity information captured by a multi-flash camera while the object moves along a known trajectory. Experimental results based on turntable sequences are presented. By observing the visual motion of depth discontinuities, surface points are accurately reconstructed -including many located deep inside concavities. The method extends well-established differential and global shape-from-silhouette surfacedoi:10.1109/3dpvt.2006.37 dblp:conf/3dpvt/CrispellLSZT06 fatcat:6wceq3cvefgdll2ntre5prz5se