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7 October 2020 Multi-view foreground segmentation based on spatial consistency constraints
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Proceedings Volume 11571, Optics Frontier Online 2020: Optics Imaging and Display; 1157110 (2020) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2580514
Event: Optics Frontiers Online 2020: Optics Imaging and Display (OFO-1), 2020, Shanghai, China
Abstract
Recent researches on object segmentation mostly concentrate on single-view images or objects in 3D settings. In this paper, a novel method for efficient multi-view foreground object segmentation is presented, using spatial consistency across adjacent views as constraints to generate identical masks. Even though the conventional segmentation results at different views are relatively accurate, there always are inconsistent regions where the boundaries of the mask are different over the same area across multiple views. The central idea of our method is to utilize the camera parameters to guide the refocusing procedure, during which each instance across different views is refocused using multi-view projections. The refocused images are then used as the input of instance segmentation network to predict the bounding box and object mask. The final step takes the network output as the prior information for the GMMs to achieve more accurate segmentation results. While many concrete implementations of the general idea are feasible, satisfactory results can be achieved with this simple and efficient approach. Experimental results demonstrate both qualitatively and quantitatively that the proposed method outputs excellent results with less background pixels, thus allowing us to improve the 3D display quality eventually. We hope this simple and effective method can be of help to future researches in relevant tasks.
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Qixuan Sun, Xinzhu Sang, Duo Chen, Peng Wang, and Zeyuan Yang "Multi-view foreground segmentation based on spatial consistency constraints", Proc. SPIE 11571, Optics Frontier Online 2020: Optics Imaging and Display, 1157110 (7 October 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2580514
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