Tri-Perspective View for Vision-Based 3D Semantic Occupancy Prediction

Yuanhui Huang · Wenzhao Zheng · Yunpeng Zhang · Jie Zhou · Jiwen Lu

West Building Exhibit Halls ABC 095
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Wed 21 Jun 10:30 a.m. PDT — noon PDT


Modern methods for vision-centric autonomous driving perception widely adopt the bird’s-eye-view (BEV) representation to describe a 3D scene. Despite its better efficiency than voxel representation, it has difficulty describing the fine-grained 3D structure of a scene with a single plane. To address this, we propose a tri-perspective view (TPV) representation which accompanies BEV with two additional perpendicular planes. We model each point in the 3D space by summing its projected features on the three planes. To lift image features to the 3D TPV space, we further propose a transformer-based TPV encoder (TPVFormer) to obtain the TPV features effectively. We employ the attention mechanism to aggregate the image features corresponding to each query in each TPV plane. Experiments show that our model trained with sparse supervision effectively predicts the semantic occupancy for all voxels. We demonstrate for the first time that using only camera inputs can achieve comparable performance with LiDAR-based methods on the LiDAR segmentation task on nuScenes. Code:

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