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Replica Dataset

The Replica Dataset is a dataset of high quality reconstructions of a variety of indoor spaces. Each reconstruction has clean dense geometry, high resolution and high dynamic range textures, glass and mirror surface information, planar segmentation as well as semantic class and instance segmentation. See the technical report for more details.

Replica Modalities

The Replica SDK contained in this repository allows visual inspection of the datasets via the ReplicaViewer and gives an example of how to render out images from the scenes headlessly via the ReplicaRenderer.

For machine learning purposes each dataset also contains an export to the format employed by AI Habitat and is therefore usable seamlessly in that framework for AI agent training and other ML tasks.

Citing the Replica Dataset

If you use the Replica dataset in your research, please cite the following technical report:

@article{replica19arxiv,
  title =   {The {R}eplica Dataset: A Digital Replica of Indoor Spaces},
  author =  {Julian Straub and Thomas Whelan and Lingni Ma and Yufan Chen and Erik Wijmans and Simon Green and Jakob J. Engel and Raul Mur-Artal and Carl Ren and Shobhit Verma and Anton Clarkson and Mingfei Yan and Brian Budge and Yajie Yan and Xiaqing Pan and June Yon and Yuyang Zou and Kimberly Leon and Nigel Carter and Jesus Briales and  Tyler Gillingham and  Elias Mueggler and Luis Pesqueira and Manolis Savva and Dhruv Batra and Hauke M. Strasdat and Renzo De Nardi and Michael Goesele and Steven Lovegrove and Richard Newcombe },
  journal = {arXiv preprint arXiv:1906.05797},
  year =    {2019}
}

Replica Dataset

The following 18 scenes are included in this initial release:

Replica Dataset

Replica Dataset

Each Replica contains the following assets:

├── glass.sur
├── habitat
    ├── mesh_semantic.ply 
    ├── mesh_semantic.navmesh
    ├── info_semantic.json
    ├── mesh_preseg_semantic.ply 
    ├── mesh_preseg_semantic.navmesh
    └── info_preseg_semantic.json 
├── mesh.ply
├── preseg.bin
├── preseg.json
├── semantic.bin
├── semantic.json
└── textures
    ├── 0-color-ptex.hdr
    ├── 0-color-ptex.w
    ├── 1-color-ptex.hdr
    ├── 1-color-ptex.w
    ├── ...
    └── parameters.json

The different files contain the following:

  • glass.sur: parameterization of glass and mirror surfaces.
  • mesh.ply: the quad mesh of the scene with vertex colors.
  • preseg.json and preseg.bin: the presegmentation in terms of planes and non-planes of the scene.
  • semantic.json and semantic.bin: the semantic segmentation of the scene.
  • textures: the high resolution and high dynamic range textures of the scene.
  • habitat/mesh*semantic.ply: the quad meshes including semantic or presegmentation information for AI Habitat.
  • habitat/info*semantic.json: mapping from instance IDs in the respective mesh_*.ply to semantic names.
  • habitat/mesh*semantic.navmesh: navigation grid for AI Habitat.

Download on Mac OS and Linux

Make sure pigz and wget are installed:

# on Mac OS
brew install wget pigz
# on Ubuntu
sudo apt-get install pigz

To download and decompress the dataset use the download.sh script:

./download.sh /path/to/replica_v1

Download on Windows

Execute win_download.bat to download Replica.

Replica SDK

Setup

After installing the dependencies of Pangolin, the Replica SDK can be compiled using the build script via

git submodule update --init
./build.sh

It requires the dependencies of Pangolin and Eigen to be installed. If you wish to use the headless renderer ensure you have the libegl1-mesa-dev package.

ReplicaViewer

ReplicaViewer is an interactive UI to explore the Replica Dataset.

./build/bin/ReplicaViewer mesh.ply /path/to/atlases [mirrorFile]

ReplicaViewer

The exposure value for rendering from the HDR textures can be adjusted on the top left.

ReplicaRenderer

The ReplicaRenderer shows how to render out images from a Replica for a programmatically defined trajectory without UI. This executable can be run headless on a server if so desired.

./build/bin/ReplicaRenderer mesh.ply textures glass.sur

Replica and AI Habitat

To use Replica within AI Habitat checkout the AI Habitat Sim at https://github.com/facebookresearch/habitat-sim. After building the project you can launch the test viewer to verify that everything works:

./build/viewer /PATH/TO/REPLICA/apartment_0/habitat/mesh_semantic.ply

Team

Julian Straub, Thomas Whelan, Lingni Ma, Yufan Chen, Erik Wijmans, Simon Green, Jakob J. Engel, Raul Mur-Artal, Carl Ren, Shobhit Verma, Anton Clarkson, Mingfei Yan, Brian Budge, Yajie Yan, Xiaqing Pan, June Yon, Yuyang Zou, Kimberly Leon, Nigel Carter, Jesus Briales, Tyler Gillingham Elias Mueggler, Luis Pesqueira, Manolis Savva, Dhruv Batra, Hauke M. Strasdat, Renzo De Nardi, Michael Goesele, Steven Lovegrove, and Richard Newcombe.

Contact

Julian.Straub@oculus.com

Acknowledgements

The Replica dataset would not have been possible without the hard work and contributions of Matthew Banks, Christopher Dotson, Rashad Barber, Justin Blosch, Ethan Henderson, Kelley Greene, Michael Thot, Matthew Winterscheid, Robert Johnston, Abhijit Kulkarni, Robert Meeker, Jamie Palacios, Tony Phan, Tim Petrvalsky, Sayed Farhad Sadat, Manuel Santana, Suruj Singh, Swati Agrawal, and Hannah Woolums.

License

See the LICENSE file for details.

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