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Spatial 3D Semantic Understanding for Perception in the Wild

Objective

Understanding the 3D spatial semantics of the world around us is core to visual perception and digitization -- real-world environments are spatially three-dimensional, and must be understood in its 3D context, even from 2D image observations. This will lead to spatially-grounded reasoning and higher-level perception of the world around us. Such 3D perception will provide the foundation for transformative, next-generation technology across machine perception, immersive communications, mixed reality, architectural or industrial modeling, and more. This will enable a new paradigm in semantic understanding that derives primarily from a spatially-consistent, 3D representation rather than relying on image-based reasoning that captures only projections of the world. However, 3D semantic reasoning from visual data such as RGB or RGB-D observations remains in its infancy, due to challenges in learning from limited amounts of real-world 3D data, and moreover, the complex, high-dimensional nature of the problem. In this proposal, we will develop new algorithmic approaches to effectively learn robust visual 3D perception, with new learning paradigms for features, representations, and operators, to encompass 3D semantic understanding.

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TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET MUENCHEN
Net EU contribution
€ 1 500 000,00
Address
Arcisstrasse 21
80333 Muenchen
Germany

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Region
Bayern Oberbayern München, Kreisfreie Stadt
Activity type
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
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