Databases

 

Research  

 

Databases:

In contrast to other databases, it is fully annotated at both pixel-level and object-level. Therefore, it is suitable not only for strategies exclusively focused on the detection of moving objects but also for those that integrate tracking algorithms in their detection approaches. Additionally, it contains sequences recorded with static and moving cameras and it also provides information about the moving objects remaining temporally static.
 
 
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This database is composed by 5 different hand gestures. In particular, it contains 2 static hand gestures and 3 dynamic hand gestures, which have been performed by 6 different subjects.
 
 
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This database is composed by a set of high resolution range images acquired by the latest generation of range / depth cameras: the Microsoft Kinect 2 (second generation). It is composed by the faces of 18 people, acquired from different poses: frontal, lateral, etc. The faces of some of the people have been acquired with and without glasses.
 
 
 
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The PIROPO database (People in Indoor ROoms with Perspective and Omnidirectional cameras) comprises multiple sequences recorded in two different indoor rooms, using both omnidirectional and perspective cameras. The sequences contain people in a variety of situations, including people walking, standing, and sitting. Both annotated and non-annotated sequences are provided, where ground truth is point-based (each person in the scene is represented by the point located in the center of its head). In total, more than 100,000 annotated frames are available.
 
         
 
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