Multi-view Pictorial Structures for 3D Human Pose Estimation
published: April 3, 2014, recorded: September 2013, views: 3229
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Pictorial structure models are the de facto standard for 2D human pose estimation. Numerous refinements and improvements have been proposed such as discriminatively trained body part detectors, flexible body models, and local and global mixtures. While these techniques allow to achieve state-of-the-art performance for 2D pose estimation, they have not yet been extended to enable pose estimation in 3D. This paper thus proposes a multi-view pictorial structures model that builds on recent advances in 2D pose estimation and incorporates evidence across multiple viewpoints to allow for robust 3D pose estimation. We evaluate our multi-view pictorial structures approach on the HumanEva-I and MPII Cooking dataset. In comparison to related work for 3D pose estimation our approach achieves similar or better results while operating on single-frames only and not relying on activity specific motion models or tracking. Notably, our approach outperforms state-of-the-art for activities with more complex motions.
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