ResDepth: Learned Residual Stereo Reconstruction

22 Jan 2020Corinne StuckerKonrad Schindler

We propose an embarrassingly simple but very effective scheme for high-quality dense stereo reconstruction: (i) generate an approximate reconstruction with your favourite stereo matcher; (ii) rewarp the input images with that approximate model; (iii) with the initial reconstruction and the warped images as input, train a deep network to enhance the reconstruction by regressing a residual correction; and (iv) if desired, iterate the refinement with the new, improved reconstruction. The strategy to only learn the residual greatly simplifies the learning problem... (read more)

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