Apple is sponsoring the International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV), which will be held virtually from October 11 to 17.

Accepted Papers

Hypersim: A Photorealistic Synthetic Dataset for Holistic Indoor Scene Understanding

Mike Roberts, Jason Ramapuram, Anurag Ranjan, Atulit Kumar, Miguel Angel Bautista, Nathan Paczan, Russ Webb, Joshua Susskind

RetrievalFuse: Neural 3D Scene Reconstruction with a Database

Yawar Siddiqui, Justus Thies, Fangchang Ma, Qi Shan, Matthias Niessner, Angela Dai

Unconstrained Scene Generation with Locally Conditioned Radiance Fields

Terrance DeVries, Miguel Angel Bautista Martin, Nitish Srivastava, Graham Taylor, Josh Susskind

DeepPRO: Deep Partial Point Cloud Registration of Objects

Donghoon Lee, Onur C. Hamsici, Steven Feng, Prachee Sharma, Thorsten Gernoth

Talks and Workshops

“Meet Apple” is an opportunity to learn more about our machine learning teams, working at Apple, and how to apply to full-time positions. All registered ICCV attendees are invited. This talk will be held virtually on October 13 at 1:30 pm PDT.

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DeepPRO: Deep Partial Point Cloud Registration of Objects

We consider the problem of online and real-time registration of partial point clouds obtained from an unseen real-world rigid object without knowing its 3D model. The point cloud is partial as it is obtained by a depth sensor capturing only the visible part of the object from a certain viewpoint. It introduces two main challenges: 1) two partial point clouds do not fully overlap and 2) keypoints tend to be less reliable when the visible part of…
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Apple at CVPR 2021

Apple is sponsoring the annual conference of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR). The conference focuses on computer vision and its applications and is taking place virtually from June 19 to 25.

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