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Vident-lab: a dataset for multi-task video processing of phantom dental scenes


We introduce a new, asymmetrically annotated dataset of natural teeth in phantom scenes for multi-task video processing: restoration, teeth segmentation, and inter-frame homography estimation. Pairs of frames were acquired with a beam splitter. The dataset constitutes a low-quality frame, its high-quality counterpart, a teeth segmentation mask, and an inter-frame homography matrix. The homography warps the current frame to the previous frame with respect to the teeth. Moreover, we provide the list of human-annotated segmentation masks so that future segmentation methods can adhere to our evaluation protocol and compare their results to MOST-Net in [1]. The remaining segmentation masks were obtained with HRNet48. The dataset has the training, validation, and test sets of 300, 29, and 80 videos, respectively. 

If you use the Vident-lab dataset, please cite [1] that describes the dataset in detail.

[1] Efklidis Katsaros, Piotr K. Ostrowski, Krzysztof Wlodarczak, Emilia Lewandowska, Jacek Ruminski, Damian Siupka-Mroz, Lukasz Lassmann, Anna Jezierska, Daniel Wesierski. "Multi-task video enhancement for dental interventions" In International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention. Springer, Cham, 2022.

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