A simple yet effective baseline for 3d human pose estimation

ICCV 2017 Julieta MartinezRayat HossainJavier RomeroJames J. Little

Following the success of deep convolutional networks, state-of-the-art methods for 3d human pose estimation have focused on deep end-to-end systems that predict 3d joint locations given raw image pixels. Despite their excellent performance, it is often not easy to understand whether their remaining error stems from a limited 2d pose (visual) understanding, or from a failure to map 2d poses into 3-dimensional positions... (read more)

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TASK DATASET MODEL METRIC NAME METRIC VALUE GLOBAL RANK RESULT BENCHMARK
3D Human Pose Estimation Geometric Pose Affordance SIM-P-F MPJPE (CS) 91.0 # 2
MPJPE (CA) 81.1 # 2
PCK3D (CS) 85.7 # 2
PCK3D (CA) 88.1 # 2
3D Human Pose Estimation Geometric Pose Affordance SIM-G-F MPJPE (CS) 67.3 # 1
MPJPE (CA) 57.8 # 1
PCK3D (CS) 93.9 # 1
PCK3D (CA) 95.5 # 1
3D Human Pose Estimation Human3.6M Multi-View Martinez Average MPJPE (mm) 87.3 # 45
Multi-View or Monocular Multi-View # 1
3D Human Pose Estimation HumanEva-I SH detections (SA) Mean Reconstruction Error (mm) 24.6 # 6

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