IPIU 2019 - Vision-based localization, Jeju Island, South Korea - Naver Labs Europe

13th February 2019 Martin Humenberger: Modern approaches of visual localization

IPIU workshop on Vision-based localization

13th February 2019

Martin HumenbergerMartin Humenberger will give a talk: “Modern approaches of visual localization”.
Abstract: Visual localization refers to estimating the 6DOF camera pose within a given 3D scene model using images. In this talk, I will first present a quick overview of different methods, and second, I will detail more recent approaches which utilise deep learning techniques for visual localization. Traditional methods use descriptor matching between the query image and the 3D scene model as the basis for pose computation, while modern learning-based approaches try to directly regress the pose or intermediate results of the localization pipeline. Furthermore, I will introduce a new synthetic dataset which explicitly targets challenging situations such as lighting changes and occlusions.


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In an ambient intelligence world, which involves robots and self-driving vehicles, we naturally need to have a good understanding of the 3D world we live in.


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