Patch-base progressive 3D Point Set Upsampling

16$\times$ upsampling of a local patch.

Abstract

We present a detail-driven deep neural network for point set upsampling. A high-resolution point set is essential for point-based rendering and surface reconstruction. Inspired by the recent success of neural image super-resolution techniques, we progressively train a cascade of patch-based upsampling networks on different levels of detail end-to-end. We propose a series of architectural design contributions that lead to a substantial performance boost. The effect of each technical contribution is demonstrated in an ablation study. Qualitative and quantitative experiments show that our method significantly outperforms the state-of-the-art learning-based and optimazation-based approaches, both in terms of handling low-resolution inputs and revealing high-fidelity details.

Publication
Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition

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WLOP: H. Huang, D. Li, H. Zhang, U. Ascher, and D. Cohen-Or, “Consolidation of unorganized point clouds for surface reconstruction”, SIGGRAPH Asia 2009