We present both training data and testing data. The testing datasets are organized into two groups: intermediate and advanced. The intermediate group contains sculptures, large vehicles, and house-scale buildings with outside-looking-in camera trajectories. The advanced group contains large indoor scenes imaged from within and large outdoor scenes with complex geometric layouts and camera trajectories.
For each scene, we provide a high-resolution video. Your task is to reconstruct a 3D model from it. Once you have reconstructed the entire intermediate set or the advanced set, you can submit your results for evaluation and put your name on the leaderboard. For quick start, we provide a uniformly distributed set of frames from each video.
They can be used as input to off-the-shelf reconstruction systems such as COLMAP. (See our tutorial page for instructions on how to setup a workable system.)
For advanced users, please download the videos as they are the raw 4K videos captured with a high-end camera. Additionally, for training datasets, ground-truth geometry is provided for training purposes.
For your convenience, we provide a python downloader that can be used to download some or all of the data. We highly recommend using the downloader. It will automatically check MD5 to make sure the downloaded files are complete.
> python download_t2_dataset.py [-h] [-s] [--modality MODALITY] [--group GROUP] [--unpack_off] [--calc_md5_off] Example 1: download all videos for intermediate and advanced scenes > python download_t2_dataset.py --modality video --group both Example 2: download image sets for intermediate scenes (quick start setting) > python download_t2_dataset.py --modality image --group intermediate Example 3: show the status of downloaded data > python download_t2_dataset.py -s
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This table contains the COLMAP reconstruction results for the training data image sets provided in the table above. The image sets are sampled at a frame rate of 1 fps from the video while the video was recorded with 29.97 fps. To find the corresponding frame F to the image I you need to calculate: F = int(I*29.97), starting with I=0. The reconstructions are made with an "out of the box" COLMAP configuration and can be downloaded as *.ply files together with the camera poses (stored in *.log file format). The alignment text file contains the transformation matrix to align the COLMAP reconstruction to the according ground-truth point cloud.
This Dataset is made freely available to academic and non-academic entities for non-commercial purposes such as academic research, teaching, scientific publications, or personal experimentation. Permission is granted to use the data given that you agree to our license terms.