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Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

F. Manhardt, M. Nickel, S. Meier, L. Minciullo, N. Navab
CPS: Class-level 6D Pose and Shape Estimation From Monocular Images
arXiv/2003.05848v1, March 2020 (bib)

Contemporary monocular 6D pose estimation methods can only cope with a handful of object instances. This naturally limits possible applications as, for instance, robots need to work with hundreds of different objects in a real environment. In this paper, we propose the first deep learning approach for class-wise monocular 6D pose estimation, coupled with metric shape retrieval. We propose a new loss formulation which directly optimizes over all parameters, \ie~3D orientation, translation, scale and shape at the same time. Instead of decoupling each parameter, we transform the regressed shape, in the form of a point cloud, to 3D and directly measure its metric misalignment. We experimentally demonstrate that we can retrieve precise metric point clouds from a single image, which can also be further processed for \eg~subsequent rendering. Moreover, we show that our new 3D point cloud loss outperforms all baselines and gives overall good results despite the inherent ambiguity due to monocular data.
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