2021-10-18 The Object Drawer, a high-performing end-to-end 3D object reconstruction system, will be available.
2021-04-21 The refined 3D-FRONT dataset has been released.
2021-03-19 The Trescope, a light-weight rendering tool, has been released.
2020-06-14 Release of 3D-FRONT dataset announced at CVPR 2020 Workshop on Learning 3D Generative Models.
Exquisite interior design, complete 3D house layout
The most compelling part of 3D-FRONT is the indoor scene packages. 3D-FRONT shares all the essential data that constructs a scene, from layout semantics down to stylistic and texture details of individual objects. While the layout ideas are directly sourced from professional designs, the interior designs are transferred from expert creations followed by a post verification process. With such a feature, its scale, including 6,813 distinct houses and 18,797 diversely furnished rooms, is far surpassing all publicly available scene datasets. It enables data-driven designing studies, such as floorplans synthesis, interior scene synthesis, and scene suits compatibility prediction, that other scene datasets can not support well. It also benefits the studying of 3D scene understanding subjects, such as SLAM, 3D scene reconstruction, and 3D scene segmentation. Further, we assign selected practical camera viewpoints to furnished scenes and release the Trescope light-weight render tool. This allows the users of 3D-FRONT to easily render images and annotations to support their 2D vision studies. Last but not least, we promise that we will continuously improve 3D-FRONT by adding more features. Some certain plans include 1) releasing an industrial render engine, i.e., AceRay, to support benchmark photo-realistic rendering and 2) sharing much enriched texture and 3D geometry contents.