Citation: 3## Best Student Paper Award
Efficient car shape design is a challenging problem in both the automotive industry and the computer animation/games industry. In this paper, we present a system to reconstruct the 3D car shape from a single 2D sketch image. To learn the correlation between 2D sketches and 3D cars, we propose a Variational Autoencoder deep neural network that takes a 2D sketch and generates a set of multi-view depth and mask images, which form a more effective representation comparing to 3D meshes, and can be effectively fused to generate a 3D car shape. Since global models like deep learning have limited capacity to reconstruct fine-detail features, we propose a local lazy learning approach that constructs a small subspace based on a few relevant car samples in the database. Due to the small size of such a subspace, fine details can be represented effectively with a small number of parameters. With a low-cost optimization process, a high-quality car shape with detailed features is created. Experimental results show that the system performs consistently to create highly realistic cars of substantially different shape and topology.
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Naoki Nozawa, Hubert P. H. Shum, Edmond S. L. Ho and Shigeo Morishima, "Single Sketch Image based 3D Car Shape Reconstruction with Deep Learning and Lazy Learning," in GRAPP '20: Proceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Computer Graphics Theory and Applications, pp. 179-190, Valletta, Malta, SciTePress, Feb 2020.
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