Object detection is a well-studied problem in computer vision. One of the basic tasks is to draw tight bounding boxes around instances of various target classes in a set of images. Computer vision literature has primarily focused on intensity, with less emphasis on depth data. In this report we address the challenge of detecting 10 common household items (bed, chair, etc) in RGB-D images obtained using the Kinect. We operate on the recently released NYU-Depth V2 dataset. Our algorithm augments the deformable parts model by adding a set of vector quantized depth features that are, to the best of our knowledge, novel on this dataset.
Object Detection in RGB-D Indoor Scenes
EECS Department, University of California, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, California, 2013-01-14
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