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3D-SIS: 3D Semantic Instance Segmentation of RGB-D Scans (CVPR2019 Oral)

We present 3D-SIS, a new framework for 3d instance segmentation.

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Download Paper (.pdf)

See Youtube Video

Data Generation

Data generation code is detailed in datagen.

Download Test Data

We provide the test data (.scene and images) as examples. The detailed format of data, see saveChunkToFile. Download the

Model Code

The framework is implemented in PyTorch 0.4.1. The rest dependencies can be found in requirements.txt.

Folder Structure

Expected file structure:

   |--code/
      |--main.py
      |--datagen
          ⋮
   |--checkpoints/
      |--ScanNet
         |--benchmark (the same name as the configuration file without .yml)
            |--checkpoints (download checkpoints (.pkl and .pth) into this folder)
         |--rpn_class_mask_5 (the same name as the configuration file without .yml)
            |--checkpoints (download checkpoints (.pkl and .pth) into this folder)
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      |--SUNCG
   |--results/        (store the inference results)
      |--ScanNet
         |--benchmark (the same name as the configuration file)
            |--test   (TEST_SAVE_DIR, see Section Configuration files)
            |--val  
      |--SUNCG

Installation

Install dependencies pip install -r requirements.txt

Demo Code

You can run our demo code by bash example.sh, the visualization result is stored in example_result/visualization.

Checkpoints

We provide checkpoints for inference on test data. Download the

Configuration Files

Configuration files are stored in experiments/cfgs/ folder. You can alter your own setup in the configuration file. The following several parameters need to be changed normally. See more details.

#----------- Filelists--------------
# filelist of training chunks
TRAIN_FILELIST: experiments/filelists/ScanNet/v2/train.txt
# filelist of validation chunks
VAL_FILELIST: experiments/filelists/ScanNet/v2/val_chunk.txt
# filelist of subset of training chunks, used to check for overfitting degree
TRAINVAL_FILELIST: experiments/filelists/ScanNet/v2/trainval.txt
# filelist of test scenes
TEST_FILELIST: experiments/filelists/ScanNet/v2/test.txt

#----------- Result folder -----------
# where to store the validation results (chunks)
VAL_SAVE_DIR: ../results/ScanNet/benchmark/val
# where to store the test results (scenes)
TEST_SAVE_DIR: ../results/ScanNet/benchmark/test

# ----------- Backbone -------------
# load checkpoint for backbone
LOAD_BACKBONE: True
# use the backbone
USE_BACKBONE: True
# fix the backbone weights or not
FIX_BACKBONE: False
# load checkpoint for RPN
LOAD_RPN: True
# use RPN, if false, use groundtruth bbox
USE_RPN: True
# fix weights of RPN network
FIX_RPN: False
# load checkpoint for classification network
LOAD_CLASS: True
# use classification network, if not, use the groundtruth class labels
USE_CLASS: True
# fix the classification network weights or not
FIX_CLASS: False
# use the second backbone for mask or not
USE_MASK: True

#-------------Enet---------------------
# use color images or not
USE_IMAGES: True
# where is the image folder
BASE_IMAGE_PATH: '/mnt/local_datasets/ScanNet/frames_square'
# where is the enet pretrained network
PRETRAINED_ENET_PATH: /mnt/local_datasets/ScanNet/scannetv2_enet.pth

(Hint: You can change the MAX_VOLUME and MAX_IMAGE in lib/utils/config.py to smaller number, if your GPU does not have enough memory. This will enable inference on CPU)

Inference on ScanNetV2

  1. Download ScanNet Checkpoint (v2 annotations, v1 split) to corresponding folder, see Folder Structure
  2. Download ScanNet Enet Checkpoint and ScanNetV2 Test Data with following structure.
   |--scannetv2_test_data/
      |--scenes
      |--images
  1. Modify the PRETRAINED_ENET_PATH to enet checkpoint, BASE_IMAGE_PATH to scannetv2_test_data/images in the configuration file experiments/cfgs/ScanNet/rpn_class_mask_5.yml.
  2. Change the text file experiments/filelists/ScanNet/v1/test.txt pointing to scannetv2_test_data/scenes/*.scene.
  3. Run python main.py --cfg ScanNet/rpn_class_mask_5 --mode test --step 805146 --gpu 0 (predictions will be stored in TEST_SAVE_DIR)
  4. Visualize the results, by run python tools/visualization.py --path TEST_SAVE_DIR --mode results (visualizations will be stored in TEST_SAVE_DIR as .ply files)

ScanNet Benchmark

  1. Download ScanNet Benchmark Checkpoint to corresponding folder, see Folder Structure
  2. Download ScanNet Enet Checkpoint and ScanNet Benchmark Validation Data with following structure.
   |--scannet_benchmark_validation_data/
      |--scenes
      |--images
      |--gt_insts
      |--scans
  1. Modify the PRETRAINED_ENET_PATH to enet checkpoint, BASE_IMAGE_PATH to scannet_benchmark_validation_data/images in the configuration file experiments/cfgs/ScanNet/benchmark.yml.
  2. Change the text file experiments/filelists/ScanNet/v2/val_scene.txt pointing to scannet_benchmark_test_data/scenes/*.scene.
  3. Run python main.py --cfg ScanNet/benchmark --mode benchmark --step 1205541 --gpu 0 (predictions will be stored in TEST_SAVE_DIR)
  4. Transferring the predicted results to ScanNet Benchmark Format:
python tools/scannet_benchmark/vox2mesh.py --pred_dir TEST_SAVE_DIR --output_dir ./benchmark_result --scan_path scannet_benchmark_validation_data/scans --frames scannet_benchmark_validation_data/images
  1. Visualize the results, by run python tools/scannet_benchmark/visualize_benchmark.py --output_dir ./benchmark_vis --result_dir ./benchmark_result --scan_path scannet_benchmark_validation_data/scans. Visualiations are in pointcloud as following:

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  1. Evaluate the results, by run python tools/scannet_benchmark/evaluate_semantic_instance.py --pred_path ./benchmark_result --gt_path scannet_benchmark_validation_data/gt_insts --output_file ./benchmark_result.txt

(Hint: You can also submit to the ScanNet Benchmark using ScanNet Benchmark Test Data, but you need to remap the labelset after step.7 by running python tools/scannet_benchmark/proj_label.py --pred_path benchmark_result)

Inference on SUNCG dataset

  1. Download the SUNCG Checkpoint to corresponding folder, see Folder Structure
  2. Download the SUNCG Enet Checkpoint and SUNCG Test Data with following structure.
   |--suncg_test_data/
      |--scenes
      |--images
  1. Modify the PRETRAINED_ENET_PATH to enet checkpoint, BASE_IMAGE_PATH to suncg_test_data/images in the configuration file experiments/cfgs/ScanNet/benchmark.yml.
  2. Change the text file experiments/filelists/suncg/nonaug/test.txt pointing to suncg_test_data/scenes/*.scene.
  3. Run python main.py --cfg SUNCG/rpn_class_mask_5 --mode test --step 956472 --gpu 0 (predictions will be stored in TEST_SAVE_DIR)
  4. Visualize the results, by run python tools/visualization.py --path TEST_SAVE_DIR --mode results (visualizations will be stored in TEST_SAVE_DIR as .ply files)

Train your own model

  1. Generate training data, see Data Generation
  2. Generate the filelists pointing to your .chunk and .scene data.
  3. Copy experiments/cfgs/ScanNet/benchmark.yml to experiments/cfgs/ScanNet/your_own.yml
  4. Setup Filelists, Result folder and Enet parts correspondingly in your_own.yml.
  5. Train the RPN and classification network. Setup the following parameters in your_own.yml and run python main.py --cfg ScanNet/your_own --epoch 10 --gpu 0 for 200k steps.
LOAD_BACKBONE: True
USE_BACKBONE: True
FIX_BACKBONE: False
LOAD_RPN: True
USE_RPN: True
FIX_RPN: False
LOAD_CLASS: True
USE_CLASS: True
FIX_CLASS: False
USE_MASK: False
  1. Train the second backbone for mask prediction. Setup the following parameters in your_own.yml and run python main.py --cfg ScanNet/you_own --epoch 10 --gpu 0 for another 200k steps.
LOAD_BACKBONE: True
USE_BACKBONE: True
FIX_BACKBONE: True
LOAD_RPN: True
USE_RPN: True
FIX_RPN: True
LOAD_CLASS: True
USE_CLASS: True
FIX_CLASS: True
USE_MASK: True

Citation

If you use this code please cite:

@inproceedings{hou2019sis,
  title={3D-SIS: 3D Semantic Instance Segmentation of RGB-D Scans},
  author={Ji, Hou and Dai, Angela and Nie{\ss}ner, Matthias},
	booktitle = {Proc. Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), IEEE},
	year={2019}
}

License

3D-SIS is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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