End-to-End Multi-View Structure-from-Motion with Hypercorrelation Volumes
Our paper "End-to-End Multi-View Structure-from-Motion with Hypercorrelation Volumes" has been accepted as a conference paper at the IEEE International Conference on Signal Processing, Sensors, and Intelligent Systems (SPSIS), 2022. The paper is co-authored by Qiao Chen, and Charalambos Poullis.
Abstract: Image-based 3D reconstruction is one of the most important tasks in Computer Vision with many solutions proposed over the last few decades. The objective is to extract metric information i.e. the geometry of scene objects directly from images. These can then be used in a wide range of applications such as film, games, virtual reality, etc. Recently, deep learning techniques have been proposed to tackle this problem. They rely on training on vast amounts of data to learn to associate features between images through deep convolutional neural networks and have been shown to outperform traditional procedural techniques. In this paper, we improve on the state-of-the-art two-view structure-from-motion(SfM) approach of  by incorporating 4D correlation volume for more accurate feature matching and reconstruction. Furthermore, we extend it to the general multi-view case and evaluate it on the complex benchmark dataset DTU . Quantitative evaluations and comparisons with state-of-the-art multi-view 3D reconstruction methods demonstrate its superiority in terms of the accuracy of reconstructions.
Link to PDF: https://arxiv.org/abs/2209.06926