Generating a virtual world to assess real-world video analysis performance


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DATE

2018-07-10T00:00

AUTHORS

Qiao Wang , Adrien GAIDON , Eleonora Vig

ABSTRACT

A system and method are suited for assessing video performance analysis. A computer graphics engine clones real-world data in a virtual world by decomposing the real-world data into visual components and objects in one or more object categories and populates the virtual world with virtual visual components and virtual objects. A scripting component controls the virtual visual components and the virtual objects in the virtual world based on the set of real-world data. A synthetic clone of the video sequence is generated based on the script controlling the virtual visual components and the virtual objects. The real-world data is compared with the synthetic clone of the video sequence and a transferability of conclusions from the virtual world to the real-world is assessed based on this comparison. More... »

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