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Abstract

In this work we address the challenging problem of multiview 3D surface reconstruction. Semantic segmentation of 3D meshes is an important problem for 3D scene understanding. In this paper we revisit the classic multiview representation of 3D meshes and study several techniques that make them effective for 3D semantic segmentation of meshes. Given a 3D mesh reconstructed from RGBD sensors, our method effectively chooses different virtual views of the 3D mesh and renders multiple 2D channels for training an effective 2D semantic segmentation model. Features from multiple per view predictions are finally fused on 3D mesh vertices to predict mesh semantic segmentation labels. Using the large scale indoor 3D semantic segmentation benchmark of ScanNet, we show that our virtual views enable more effective training of 2D semantic segmentation networks than previous multiview approaches. When the 2D per pixel predictions are aggregated on 3D surfaces, our virtual multiview fusion method is able to achieve significantly better 3D semantic segmentation results compared to all prior multiview approaches and competitive with recent 3D convolution approaches.


Results on ScanNet dataset

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Citation

@inproceedings{akundu2020virtualMVFusion, title={Virtual Multi-view Fusion for 3D Semantic Segmentation}, author={Abhijit Kundu and Xiaoqi Yin and Alireza Fathi and David Ross and Brian Brewington and Thomas Funkhouser and Caroline Pantofaru}, booktitle={European Conference on Computer Vision}, year={2020} }