SRT3D: A Sparse Region-Based 3D Object Tracking Approach for the Real World

@article{Stoiber2021SRT3DAS,
  title={SRT3D: A Sparse Region-Based 3D Object Tracking Approach for the Real World},
  author={Manuel Stoiber and Martin Pfanne and Klaus H. Strobl and Rudolph Triebel and Alin Albu-Schaffer},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Vision},
  year={2021},
  volume={130},
  pages={1008 - 1030}
}
Region-based methods have become increasingly popular for model-based, monocular 3D tracking of texture-less objects in cluttered scenes. However, while they achieve state-of-the-art results, most methods are computationally expensive, requiring significant resources to run in real-time. In the following, we build on our previous work and develop SRT3D, a sparse region-based approach to 3D object tracking that bridges this gap in efficiency. Our method considers image information sparsely along… 

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