Recovering Surface Layout from an Image

  title={Recovering Surface Layout from an Image},
  author={Derek Hoiem and Alexei A. Efros and Martial Hebert},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Vision},
Humans have an amazing ability to instantly grasp the overall 3D structure of a scene—ground orientation, relative positions of major landmarks, etc.—even from a single image. This ability is completely missing in most popular recognition algorithms, which pretend that the world is flat and/or view it through a patch-sized peephole. Yet it seems very likely that having a grasp of this “surface layout” of a scene should be of great assistance for many tasks, including recognition, navigation… CONTINUE READING
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