The MVTec 3D-AD Dataset for Unsupervised 3D Anomaly Detection and Localization [article]

Paul Bergmann, Xin Jin, David Sattlegger, Carsten Steger
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We introduce the first comprehensive 3D dataset for the task of unsupervised anomaly detection and localization. It is inspired by real-world visual inspection scenarios in which a model has to detect various types of defects on manufactured products, even if it is trained only on anomaly-free data. There are defects that manifest themselves as anomalies in the geometric structure of an object. These cause significant deviations in a 3D representation of the data. We employed a high-resolution
more » ... ndustrial 3D sensor to acquire depth scans of 10 different object categories. For all object categories, we present a training and validation set, each of which solely consists of scans of anomaly-free samples. The corresponding test sets contain samples showing various defects such as scratches, dents, holes, contaminations, or deformations. Precise ground-truth annotations are provided for every anomalous test sample. An initial benchmark of 3D anomaly detection methods on our dataset indicates a considerable room for improvement.
arXiv:2112.09045v1 fatcat:23d67jcu4rcrrbi4762kekqmdi