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No More Ambiguity in 360° Room Layout via Bi-Layout Estimation

Yu-Ju Tsai · Jin-Cheng Jhang · JINGJING ZHENG · Wei Wang · Albert Chen · Min Sun · Cheng-Hao Kuo · Ming-Hsuan Yang

Arch 4A-E Poster #375
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Fri 21 Jun 5 p.m. PDT — 6:30 p.m. PDT

Abstract: Inherent ambiguity in layout annotations poses significant challenges to developing accurate 360$^\circ$ room layout estimation models. To address this issue, we propose a novel Bi-Layout model capable of predicting two distinct layout types. One stops at ambiguous regions, while the other extends to encompass all visible areas. Our model employs two global context embeddings, where each embedding is designed to capture specific contextual information for each layout type. With our novel feature guidance module, the image feature retrieves relevant context from these embeddings, generating layout-aware features for precise bi-layout predictions. A unique property of our Bi-Layout model is its ability to inherently detect ambiguous regions by comparing the two predictions. To circumvent the need for manual correction of ambiguous annotations during testing, we also introduce a new metric for disambiguating ground truth layouts. Our method demonstrates superior performance on benchmark datasets, notably outperforming leading approaches. Specifically, on the MatterportLayout dataset, it improves 3DIoU from $81.70$% to $82.57$% across the full test set and notably from $54.80$% to $59.97$% in subsets with significant ambiguity.

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