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The i3DPost multi-view and 3D human action/interaction database

The i3DPost multi-view and 3D human action/interaction database
The i3DPost multi-view and 3D human action/interaction database
In this paper a new multi-view/3D human action/interaction database is presented. The database has been created using a convergent eight camera setup to produce high definition multi-view videos, where each video depicts one of eight persons performing one of twelve different human motions. Various types of motions have been recorded, i.e., scenes where one person performs a specific movement, scenes where a person executes different movements in a succession and scenes where two persons interact with each other. Moreover, the subjects have different body sizes, clothing and are of different sex, nationalities, etc.. The multi-view videos have been further processed to produce a 3D mesh at each frame describing the respective 3D human body surface. To increase the applicability of the database, for each person a multi-view video depicting the person performing sequentially the six basic facial expressions separated by the neutral expression has also been recorded. The database is freely available for research purposes. © 2009 IEEE.
3D human body, 3D meshes, Body sizes, Facial Expressions, High definition, Human motions, Multi-views, Multiview video, Hosiery manufacture, Three dimensional, Video signal processing, Database systems
159-168
Gkalelis, N.
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Kim, H.
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Hilton, Adrian
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Nikolaidis, N.
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Pitas, I.
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Gkalelis, N.
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Hilton, Adrian
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Nikolaidis, N.
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Pitas, I.
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Gkalelis, N., Kim, H., Hilton, Adrian, Nikolaidis, N. and Pitas, I. (2009) The i3DPost multi-view and 3D human action/interaction database. Conference for Visual Media Production, United Kingdom. 12 - 13 Nov 2009. pp. 159-168 . (doi:10.1109/CVMP.2009.19).

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Abstract

In this paper a new multi-view/3D human action/interaction database is presented. The database has been created using a convergent eight camera setup to produce high definition multi-view videos, where each video depicts one of eight persons performing one of twelve different human motions. Various types of motions have been recorded, i.e., scenes where one person performs a specific movement, scenes where a person executes different movements in a succession and scenes where two persons interact with each other. Moreover, the subjects have different body sizes, clothing and are of different sex, nationalities, etc.. The multi-view videos have been further processed to produce a 3D mesh at each frame describing the respective 3D human body surface. To increase the applicability of the database, for each person a multi-view video depicting the person performing sequentially the six basic facial expressions separated by the neutral expression has also been recorded. The database is freely available for research purposes. © 2009 IEEE.

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Published date: 2009
Additional Information: Cited By :128 Export Date: 30 April 2020
Venue - Dates: Conference for Visual Media Production, United Kingdom, 2009-11-12 - 2009-11-13
Keywords: 3D human body, 3D meshes, Body sizes, Facial Expressions, High definition, Human motions, Multi-views, Multiview video, Hosiery manufacture, Three dimensional, Video signal processing, Database systems

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Local EPrints ID: 440571
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/440571
PURE UUID: b6766924-8e31-47f4-a39b-e3769460d96f
ORCID for H. Kim: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-4907-0491

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Last modified: 23 May 2020 00:47

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Author: N. Gkalelis
Author: H. Kim ORCID iD
Author: Adrian Hilton
Author: N. Nikolaidis
Author: I. Pitas

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