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In computer vision, 3D object recognition involves recognizing and determining 3D information, such as the pose, volume, or shape, of user-chosen 3D objects in a photograph or range scan. Typically, an example of the object to be recognized is presented to a vision system in a controlled environment, and then for an arbitrary input such as a video stream, the system locates the previously presented object. This can be done either off-line, or in real-time. The algorithms for solving this problem are specialized for locating a single pre-identified object, and can be contrasted with algorithms which operate on general classes of objects, such as face recognition systems or 3D generic object recognition. Due to the low cost and ease of acquiring photographs, a significant amount of research has been devoted to 3D object recognition in photographs.

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Terracotta rim fragment of a skyphos (deep drinking cup)
Votive Fragment, Sealing, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Votive Fragment, Sealing, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Temple of Hatshepsut, Hathor Chapel, Egypt Exploration Fund excavations New Kingdom

Key Handle, copper alloy, Roman Empire
Terracotta fragment of a pot; glazed on the inside
Bronze nails, bronze, Greek and Roman art
Terracotta fragment of a neck-amphora (jar)
Foundation Deposit Plaque in the Form of a Lotus
Terracotta fragment of a hydria (water jar)
Pin, bronze, Europe, Irish

Pin, bronze, Europe, Irish

Made in County Cavan, Ireland

Vase fragments, Greek and Roman art
Vase fragment, terracota, Europe, Greece
Ball bead, Egypt, Greco-Roman Period, 332 BCE – 642 CE
Blade Fragment, Egypt, Early Dynastic Period, 3000 – 2650 BCE
Terracotta fragment of a neck-amphora (jar)
Vase fragment, terracota, Europe, Greece

Vase fragment, terracota, Europe, Greece

Accession Number: 26.199.244 Geometric

Terracotta fragment of a hydria: kalpis (water jar)
Worker Shabti of Henettawy (C), Daughter of Isetemkheb
Roman Glass mosaic bowl fragment

Roman Glass mosaic bowl fragment

Glass objects, Roman Empire.

Old Babylonian Inscribed brick

Old Babylonian Inscribed brick

Mesopotamia, Eshnunna (modern Tell Asmar) Old Babylonian

Mirror, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Arrowhead, Japan, Late Jōmon period

Arrowhead, Japan, Late Jōmon period

Accession Number: 1975.268.254 Late Jōmon period (ca. 1500–1000 B.C.)

Pot Stand, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Pot Stand, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb of Senenmut (TT 353), Foundation deposit 2, 5a, scattered, MMA excavations, 1926–27 New Kingdom

Terracotta rim fragment of a kylix (drinking cup)
Terracotta fragment of a column-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water)
Stirrup Spout Vessel with Geometric Motifs
Overseer Shabti of Psusennes I
Scarab, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Model tableware (part of set of 71 objects)

Model tableware (part of set of 71 objects)

Probably from Memphite Region, Memphite Necropolis; From Egypt Old Kingdom

Model Fire-stick, Egypt, Middle Kingdom, 2040 – 1640 BC

Model Fire-stick, Egypt, Middle Kingdom, 2040 – 1640 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Priests' Cemetery, Tomb of Senwosretankh (MMA 211), MMA excavations, 1921–22 Middle Kingdom

Terracotta fragment of a skyphos (deep drinking cup)
Painted Jar, 6th century
Handle of a cista with girl

Handle of a cista with girl

Accession Number: 09.221.13

Terracotta fragment of a kylix (drinking cup)
Terracotta rim fragments of kylikes (drinking cups)
Mold, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Lenticular mace-head, Predynastic Egypt, 6000 - 3150 BC
Terracotta rim fragments of kylikes (drinking cups)
Terracotta rim fragments of kylikes(drinking cups)
Terracotta rim fragments of kylikes (drinking cups)
Terracotta rim fragments of kylikes (drinking cups)
Terracotta rim fragments of kylikes (drinking cups)
Terracotta rim fragments of kylikes (drinking cups)
Elbow (?), Amarna Period, Ancient Egypt

Elbow (?), Amarna Period, Ancient Egypt

From Egypt, Middle Egypt, Amarna (Akhetaten), Great Temple of the Aten, pit outside southern wall, Petrie/Carter excavations, 1891–92 New Kingdom, Amarna Period

Inlay, falcon hieroglyph, Egypt, Ptolemaic Period (332–30 BCE)
Greek Hydria, Greece, Classical period
Terracotta fragment of a kylix (drinking cup)
Terracotta fragment of a stamnos (jar)
Worker Shabti of Henettawy (C), Daughter of Isetemkheb

Worker Shabti of Henettawy (C), Daughter of Isetemkheb

See 25.3.19. From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb MMA 60, Chamber B, Burial of Henettawy C (4), MMA excavations, 1923–24 Third Intermediate Period

Worker Shabti of Henettawy (C), Daughter of Isetemkheb

Worker Shabti of Henettawy (C), Daughter of Isetemkheb

See 25.3.19. From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb MMA 60, Chamber B, Burial of Henettawy C (4), MMA excavations, 1923–24 Third Intermediate Period

Worker Shabti of Henettawy (C), Daughter of Isetemkheb

Worker Shabti of Henettawy (C), Daughter of Isetemkheb

See 25.3.19. From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb MMA 60, Chamber B, Burial of Henettawy C (4), MMA excavations, 1923–24 Third Intermediate Period

Turtle Vessel, arts of africa oceania and the americas
Bridge Vessel Depicting Costumed Ritual Performer with Darts
Scarabs, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Roman Lamp

Roman Lamp

Accession Number: 74.51.2250

Sealing, Egypt, Middle Kingdom, 2040 – 1640 BC
Statuette of Osiris, Egypt, Late Period (525-332 BCE)
Vase fragment, Greece, terracota, Europe, Greece
Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Vase fragment, terracota, Europe, neolithic
Mesoamerican Female Figure, Tlatilco culture, Mexico
Handle Spout Jug with Relief Depicting Skeletal Musicians Dancing
Pre Columbian Standing Figure
Juggler LACMA M.86.296.97 (1 of 2)

Juggler LACMA M.86.296.97 (1 of 2)

Wikimedia Commons image page ( http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Juggler_LACMA_M.86.296.97_(1_of_2).jpg ) ..Description..Title.Juggler (image 1 of 2)..Description..: Mexico, Jalisco, 200 B.C. - A.D. 200.: ... More

Seated Figure, 5th century
Marble female figure, early Cycladic II
Terracotta figure of a woman
Upper part of a marble female figure

Upper part of a marble female figure

Chalandriani type. Early Cycladic II

Terracotta Hadra hydria (water jar)
Seated Figure, arts of africa oceania and the americas
Standing Figure of Re-Harakhty

Standing Figure of Re-Harakhty

From Egypt Late Period

Bust of a Male Figure
Female Figure of the Dokathismata Type
Osiris Figure of Hatnefer with base (36.3.233)

Osiris Figure of Hatnefer with base (36.3.233)

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Sheikh Abd el-Qurna New Kingdom

Female Figure of the Late Spedos Type
Mirror handle cat head fragment

Mirror handle cat head fragment

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Asasif, MMA excavations, 1918–19 Middle Kingdom

Terracotta fragment of a lekanis (covered dish)
Raised relief fragment, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

Raised relief fragment, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb of Nespekashuty (TT 312, MMA 509), 1st chamber E. wall; 3rd register, MMA excavations, 1922–23 Late Period, Saite

Terracotta fragment of a stemless cup (drinking cup)
Terracotta fragment of a closed shape
Terracotta rim fragment of a kylix: Band cup (drinking cup)
Terracotta fragments of open shapes
Terracotta rim fragment of a kylix: Lip cup (drinking cup)
Terracotta fragments of a kylix: Band cup (drinking cup)
Terracotta rim fragment of a kylix (drinking cup)
Archaic Terracotta kylix: lip-cup (drinking cup)
23 Plant Tubers, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

23 Plant Tubers, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, below the Tomb of Senenmut (TT 71), burial 2, in basket, MMA excavations, 1935–36 New Kingdom

Rubbing Stone, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Rubbing Stone, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb of Senenmut (TT 353), Foundation deposit 3-5a, MMA excavations, 1926–27 New Kingdom

Terracotta fragment of a kylix: Band cup (drinking cup)
Terracotta fragment of a Little Master cup (drinking cup)
Raised relief fragment, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

Raised relief fragment, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb of Nespekashuty (TT 312, MMA 509), 1st chamber W. wall; bottom register, MMA excavations, 1922–23 Late Period, Saite

Roman Glass cameo cup fragment

Roman Glass cameo cup fragment

Glass objects, Roman Empire.

Vessel fragment (?), Egypt, Middle Kingdom, 2040 – 1640 BC

Vessel fragment (?), Egypt, Middle Kingdom, 2040 – 1640 BC

From Egypt, Memphite Region, Lisht North, Tomb of Nakht (493), south cemetery, Pit 439, MMA excavations, 1913–14 Middle Kingdom

Roman Terracotta modiolus (drinking cup)

Roman Terracotta modiolus (drinking cup)

Glass objects, Roman Empire.

Roman Terracotta cup
Roman Glass cameo cup fragment

Roman Glass cameo cup fragment

Glass objects, Roman Empire.

Terracotta fragment of a kylix: Droop cup (drinking cup)
Terracotta rim fragment of a kylix: Band cup (drinking cup)
Terracotta fragment of a kylix: Band or lip cup (drinking cup)
Silver bracelet with gold terminals

Silver bracelet with gold terminals

Silver bracelet with gold terminals.

Terracotta fragment of a kylix: Band cup (drinking cup)
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