Abstract : Many applications dealing with the mechanical behavior of materials require the measurement of displacement fields or deformation fields. For this type of measurement, optical methods have become unavoidable due to their non-intrusive approach, their high spatial resolution, their high sensitivity, the large size of their examinated field, and the increasing power of the computers that now allow the processing of huge quantities of data. In this context we have developed a system for measuring 3-D displacement fields using CCD camera and 3D laser scanner .This method allows the measure of the 3-D displacement field using at least two pairs of stereoscopic images of an object corresponding to two states of its deformation (or the processing of a sequence of pairs of images acquired during the deformation). The main topics developed in this thesis are: the calibration of a camera and a 3D laser scanner, and measuring 3D displacement fields from coupling of camera and 3D laser sensor. The potential application of our method is the characterization of structures, for example, to provide assistance in the development of tools for stamping.