The Human3.6M dataset is one of the largest motion capture datasets, which consists of 3.6 million human poses and corresponding images captured by a high-speed motion capture system. There are 4 high-resolution progressive scan cameras to acquire video data at 50 Hz. The dataset contains activities by 11 professional actors in 17 scenarios: discussion, smoking, taking photo, talking on the phone, etc., as well as provides accurate 3D joint positions and high-resolution videos.
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The TotalCapture dataset consists of 5 subjects performing several activities such as walking, acting, a range of motion sequence (ROM) and freestyle motions, which are recorded using 8 calibrated, static HD RGB cameras and 13 IMUs attached to head, sternum, waist, upper arms, lower arms, upper legs, lower legs and feet, however the IMU data is not required for our experiments. The dataset has publicly released foreground mattes and RGB images. Ground-truth poses are obtained using a marker-based motion capture system, with the markers are <5mm in size. All data is synchronised and operates at a framerate of 60Hz, providing ground truth poses as joint positions.
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Relative Human (RH) contains multi-person in-the-wild RGB images with rich human annotations, including:
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HPS Dataset is a collection of 3D humans interacting with large 3D scenes (300-1000 $m^2$, up to 2500 $m^2$). The dataset contains images captured from a head-mounted camera coupled with the reference 3D pose and location of the person in a pre-scanned 3D scene. 7 people in 8 large scenes are captured performing activities such as exercising, reading, eating, lecturing, using a computer, making coffee, dancing. The dataset provides more than 300K synchronized RGB images coupled with the reference 3D pose and location.
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Accurate 3D human pose estimation is essential for sports analytics, coaching, and injury prevention. However, existing datasets for monocular pose estimation do not adequately capture the challenging and dynamic nature of sports movements. In response, we introduce SportsPose, a large-scale 3D human pose dataset consisting of highly dynamic sports movements. With more than 176,000 3D poses from 24 different subjects performing 5 different sports activities, SportsPose provides a diverse and comprehensive set of 3D poses that reflect the complex and dynamic nature of sports movements. Contrary to other markerless datasets we have quantitatively evaluated the precision of SportsPose by comparing our poses with a commercial marker-based system and achieve a mean error of 34.5 mm across all evaluation sequences. This is comparable to the error reported on the commonly used 3DPW dataset. We further introduce a new metric, local movement, which describes the movement of the wrist and ankle
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InfiniteRep is a synthetic, open-source dataset for fitness and physical therapy (PT) applications. It includes 1k videos of diverse avatars performing multiple repetitions of common exercises. It includes significant variation in the environment, lighting conditions, avatar demographics, and movement trajectories. From cadence to kinematic trajectory, each rep is done slightly differently -- just like real humans. InfiniteRep videos are accompanied by a rich set of pixel-perfect labels and annotations, including frame-specific repetition counts.
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