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SURREAL (Synthetic Humans for REAL Tasks)

Introduced by Varol et al. in Learning from Synthetic Humans

SURREAL (Synthetic hUmans foR REAL tasks) is a large-scale person dataset that generates photorealistic synthetic images with labeling for human part segmentation and depth estimation, producing 6.5M frames in 67.5K short clips (about 100 frames each) of 2.6K action sequences with 145 different synthetic subjects. To ensure realism, the synthetic bodies are created using the SMPL body model, whose parameters are fit by the MoSh method given raw 3D MoCap marker data.

Source: Synthetic Data for Deep Learning