Multi-View Car Dataset

The dataset on this page contains 20 sequences of cars as they rotate by 360 degrees. There is one image approximately every 3-4 degrees. Using the time of capture information from the photos, it is possible to calculate the approximate rotation angle of the car.

The photos have been captured using a Nikon D70 camera on a tripod at the Geneva International Motor Show ’08. The lens used is Nikkor 12-24mm DX f/4. The focal length was kept constant during a single sequence (showing a single car) but varies from sequence to sequence. The focus was set to manual, approx. at the hyperfocal distance.

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Dataset

The thumbnails below show a set of frames from a sample sequence.

 The preview video shows all the sequences from the dataset.


[Preview Video (19 MB)]

References

The dataset on this page has been used for our multiview object pose estimation algorithm described in the following paper:

M. Özuysal; V. Lepetit; P. Fua : Pose Estimation for Category Specific Multiview Object Localization. 2009. Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, Miami, 2009. p. 778-785. DOI : 10.1109/CVPR.2009.5206633.