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Patch-base progressive 3D Point Set Upsampling

This is the official implementation for paper "Patch-base progressive 3D Point Set Upsampling".

+ I've removed the evaluation code, because the included NUC code proposed by PU_Net has issues, in our paper we didn't use this metric.
+ A new pytorch implemention using pytorch 1.0 is available at
virtual scan 16x upsampled real scan 16x upsampled
Input output ground truth Input reconstruction output reconstruction ground truth reconstruction

Quick Demo

# clone
git clone --recursive
cd 3PU
# download pretrained models
curl -o model/ -O
unzip -d model/ model/
# download test data
curl -o data/test_data/ -O
unzip -d data/test_data/ data/test_data/

# conda environment
conda update -n base -c defaults conda
conda env create -f environment.yml

# automatically add cuda library path permanently to the current conda enviroment
mkdir -p $HOME/anaconda3/envs/PPPU/etc/conda/activate.d
cp $HOME/anaconda3/envs/PPPU/etc/conda/activate.d
mkdir -p $HOME/anaconda3/envs/PPPU/etc/conda/deactivate.d
cp $HOME/anaconda3/envs/PPPU/etc/conda/deactivate.d
conda activate PPPU

# compile
cd code/tf_ops
cd CD && ./
cd ../grouping && ./
cd ../sampling && ./

# run code
cd code
python --phase test --id sketchfab_poisson --model dense_interlevelplus \
--num_point 312 --up_ratio 16 --step_ratio 2 --patch_num_ratio 3 \
--test_data "data/test_data/sketchfab_poisson/poisson_5000/*.xyz"

data preparation

Sketchfab dataset

Our 3D models are trained and tested using the Sketchfab dataset created by ourselves. It consists of 90 training models and 13 testing models collected from Sketchfab. You can download the original meshes here: training and testing.

Input points

We trained our models with two kinds of input points: point sets generated using poisson disc sampling and virtual scanner. Download the test and training data used in our experiments. Unzip the test data to data/test_data/ and unzip to training data to record_data/

Additionally, you can create your own data with a virtual scanner or poisson disc sampling.

# compile
cd prepare_data
cmake .
make -j

# sample
cd Poisson_sample

# scan
cd polygonmesh_base
./ DIR_TO_MESH DIR_TO_OUTPUT 1 "**/*.ply"

Pretrained model

We provide two models trained using each of the above mentioned data. Download them here, and unzip them under model/.

tensorflow code compile

  1. Install cuda 9.0, cudnn and nccl if you haven't done so yet.
  2. Create conda environment conda env create -f environment.yml.
  3. Install tensorflow, we use tensorflow 1.11 in this project, but tensorflow >= 1.5 should work.
  4. Compile the custom tensorflow code in code/tf_ops by running ./tf_*


paper results

Test on sparse poisson input:

python --phase test --id sketchfab_poisson --model dense_interlevelplus --num_point 156 --up_ratio 16 --step_ratio 2 --patch_num_ratio 3 \
--test_data "data/test_data/sketchfab_poisson/poisson_625/*.xyz"

Test on dense poisson input:

python --phase test --id sketchfab_poisson --model dense_interlevelplus --num_point 312 --up_ratio 16 --step_ratio 2 --patch_num_ratio 3 \
--test_data "data/test_data/sketchfab_poisson/poisson_5000/*.xyz"

Test on scan inputs:

python --phase test --id sketchfab_scan --model dense_interlevelplus --num_point 312 --up_ratio 16 --step_ratio 2 --patch_num_ratio 3 \
--test_data "data/test_data/sketchfab_scan/**/*.ply"

test with your own data

We support ply, xyz, and pcd as input. Simply set option --test_data to a relative search pattern for your own data.

# SEARCH_PATH_FOR_TEST_DATA could be `my_test_data/**/*.ply
python --phase test --id MODEL_NAME --model dense_interlevelplus --num_point 312 --up_ratio 16 --step_ratio 2 --patch_num_ratio 3 \


Download training data as described here. Unzip to record_data/.

Train with poisson data

python --phase train --id ppu --model dense_interlevelplus --num_point 312 --up_ratio 16 --step_ratio 2 --num_shape_point 5000 --no-repulsion --dense_n 3 --knn 32 --num_point 312 --up_ratio 16 --step_ratio 2 --num_shape_point 625 --record_data "../record_data/poisson_5000_poisson_10000_poisson_20000_poisson_40000_poisson_80000_p312_shard[0-9].tfrecord" \
--stage_step 15000 --max_epoch 400 --gpu 0 --patch_num_ratio 3 --jitter --jitter_sigma 0.01 --jitter_max 0.03 \

Train with scan data

python --phase train --id ppu_scan --model dense_interlevelplus --num_point 312 --up_ratio 16 --step_ratio 2 --num_shape_point 5000 --no-repulsion --record_data "../record_data/res_5000_res_10000_res_20000_res_40000_res_80000_res_160000_p312_shard[0-9].tfrecord" \
--stage_step 15000 --max_epoch 400 --gpu 0 --patch_num_ratio 3 --jitter --jitter_sigma 0.01 --jitter_max 0.03 \

Create new training data

You can create new training data by calling python in prepare_data folder.


If you find this code or data useful in your work, please cite our paper:

author = {Yifan, Wang and Wu, Shihao and Huang, Hui and Cohen-Or, Daniel and Sorkine-Hornung, Olga},
title = {Patch-Based Progressive 3D Point Set Upsampling},
booktitle = {The IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)},
month = {June},
year = {2019}

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