Unsupervised Pose Flow Learning for Pose Guided Synthesis

30 Sep 2019  ·  Haitian Zheng, Lele Chen, Chenliang Xu, Jiebo Luo ·

Pose guided synthesis aims to generate a new image in an arbitrary target pose while preserving the appearance details from the source image. Existing approaches rely on either hard-coded spatial transformations or 3D body modeling. They often overlook complex non-rigid pose deformation or unmatched occluded regions, thus fail to effectively preserve appearance information. In this paper, we propose an unsupervised pose flow learning scheme that learns to transfer the appearance details from the source image. Based on such learned pose flow, we proposed GarmentNet and SynthesisNet, both of which use multi-scale feature-domain alignment for coarse-to-fine synthesis. Experiments on the DeepFashion, MVC dataset and additional real-world datasets demonstrate that our approach compares favorably with the state-of-the-art methods and generalizes to unseen poses and clothing styles.

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