Indoor scene segmentation using a structured light sensor

@article{Silberman2011IndoorSS,
  title={Indoor scene segmentation using a structured light sensor},
  author={Nathan Silberman and Rob Fergus},
  journal={2011 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision Workshops (ICCV Workshops)},
  year={2011},
  pages={601-608}
}
In this paper we explore how a structured light depth sensor, in the form of the Microsoft Kinect, can assist with indoor scene segmentation. We use a CRF-based model to evaluate a range of different representations for depth information and propose a novel prior on 3D location. We introduce a new and challenging indoor scene dataset, complete with accurate depth maps and dense label coverage. Evaluating our model on this dataset reveals that the combination of depth and intensity images gives… CONTINUE READING

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