Horizon Lines in the Wild

  • Scott Workman scott, Menghua Zhai ted
  • Published 2017

Abstract

The horizon line is an important contextual attribute for a wide variety of image understanding tasks. As such, many methods have been proposed to estimate its location from a single image. These methods typically require the image to contain specific cues, such as vanishing points, coplanar circles, and regular textures, thus limiting their realworld… (More)

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