Deep Homography Estimation for Dynamic Scenes
2020 IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)
Homography estimation is an important step in many computer vision problems. Recently, deep neural network methods have shown to be favorable for this problem when compared to traditional methods. However, these new methods do not consider dynamic content in input images. They train neural networks with only image pairs that can be perfectly aligned using homographies. This paper investigates and discusses how to design and train a deep neural network that handles dynamic scenes. We first collect a large video dataset with dynamic content. We then develop a multi-scale neural network and show that when properly trained using our new dataset, this neural network can already handle dynamic scenes to some extent. To estimate a homography of a dynamic scene in a more principled way, we need to identify the dynamic content. Since dynamic content detection and homography estimation are two tightly coupled tasks, we follow the multi-task learning principles and augment our multi-scale network such that it jointly estimates the dynamics masks and homographies. Our experiments show that our method can robustly estimate homography for challenging scenarios with dynamic scenes, blur artifacts, or lack of textures.
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Le, H., Liu, F., Zhang, S., & Agarwala, A. (2020). Deep Homography Estimation for Dynamic Scenes. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). https://doi.org/10.1109/cvpr42600.2020.00767