3D Menagerie: Modeling the 3D Shape and Pose of Animals

@article{Zuffi20163DMM,
  title={3D Menagerie: Modeling the 3D Shape and Pose of Animals},
  author={Silvia Zuffi and Angjoo Kanazawa and David W. Jacobs and Michael J. Black},
  journal={2017 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)},
  year={2016},
  pages={5524-5532}
}
There has been significant work on learning realistic, articulated, 3D models of the human body. In contrast, there are few such models of animals, despite many applications. The main challenge is that animals are much less cooperative than humans. The best human body models are learned from thousands of 3D scans of people in specific poses, which is infeasible with live animals. Consequently, we learn our model from a small set of 3D scans of toy figurines in arbitrary poses. We employ a novel… CONTINUE READING

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