I'm a fourth-year Ph.D student of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan, working with David Fouhey. My primary research interest lies in 3D vision and recognition.
Before that, I obtained my B.S.E. from both the University of Michigan and Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and I worked with Jia Deng in Vision & Learning Lab.
- [2022/03] "Understanding 3D Object Articulation in Internet Videos" is accepted at CVPR 2022!
My research focuses on 3D vision and recognition, i.e. how do we recover the 3D world from one or few 2D images? The wall above demonstrates different 3D representations we extract from 2D images in my recent research projects.
We propose to investigate detecting and characterizing the 3D planar articulation of objects from ordinary videos.
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We propose ViewSeg, which takes as input a few RGB images of a new scene and recognizes the scene from novel viewpoints by segmenting it into semantic categories.
[project page] [paper] [code]
We create a planar reconstruction of a scene from two very distant camera viewpoints.
[project page] [paper] [code] [bibtex] [ICCV talk] [ICCV poster]
We present Associative3D, which addresses 3D volumetric reconstruction from two views of a scene with an unknown camera, by simultaneously reconstructing objects and figuring out their relationship.
We present Open Annotations of Single Image Surfaces (OASIS), a dataset for single-image 3D in the wild consisting of dense annotations of detailed 3D geometry for Internet images.
We propose a method to automatically generate training data for single-view depth through Structure-from-Motion (SfM) on Internet videos.
IA with David Fouhey.
TA with Weikang Qian and Paul Weng.