Authors: Zhengqin Li, Mohammad Shafiei, Ravi Ramamoorthi, Kalyan Sunkavalli, Manmohan Chandraker Description: We propose a deep inverse rendering framework for indoor scenes. From a single RGB image of an arbitrary indoor scene, we obtain a complete scene reconstruction, estimating shape, spatially-varying lighting, and spatially-varying, non-Lambertian surface reflectance. Our novel inverse rendering network incorporates physical insights -- including a spatially-varying spherical Gaussian lighting representation, a differentiable rendering layer to model scene appearance, a cascade structure to iteratively refine the predictions and a bilateral solver for refinement -- allowing us to jointly reason about shape, lighting, and reflectance. Since no existing dataset provides ground truth high quality spatially-varying material and spatially-varying lighting, we propose novel methods to map complex materials to existing indoor scene datasets and a new physically-based GPU renderer to create a large-scale, photorealistic indoor dataset. Experiments show that our framework outperforms previous methods and enables various novel applications like photorealistic object insertion and material editing.