Monocular 3D Human Pose Estimation by Predicting Depth on Joints

ICCV 2017 Bruce Xiaohan NiePing WeiSong-Chun Zhu

This paper aims at estimating full-body 3D human poses from monocular images of which the biggest challenge is the inherent ambiguity introduced by lifting the 2D pose into 3D space. We propose a novel framework focusing on reducing this ambiguity by predicting the depth of human joints based on 2D human joint locations and body part images... (read more)

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