Objectron: Real-Time 3D Object Detection with Smartphone

Source: Google AI Blog

Objectron is a new SOTA dataset, recently presented by Google AI, which intended to improve 3D object recognition in videos. The dataset contains 15 thousand short video clips, each containing annotation of 3D boundaries of objects. The dataset contains both real clips and synthetic ones, that is, generated based on real ones.




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