WLASL is a larege video dataset for Word-Level American Sign Language (ASL) recognition, which features 2,000 common different words in ASL.
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MS-ASL is a real-life large-scale sign language data set comprising over 25,000 annotated videos.
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The How2Sign is a multimodal and multiview continuous American Sign Language (ASL) dataset consisting of a parallel corpus of more than 80 hours of sign language videos and a set of corresponding modalities including speech, English transcripts, and depth. A three-hour subset was further recorded in the Panoptic studio enabling detailed 3D pose estimation.
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BosphorusSign22k is a benchmark dataset for vision-based user-independent isolated Sign Language Recognition (SLR). The dataset is based on the BosphorusSign (Camgoz et al., 2016c) corpus which was collected with the purpose of helping both linguistic and computer science communities. It contains isolated videos of Turkish Sign Language glosses from three different domains: Health, finance and commonly used everyday signs. Videos in this dataset were performed by six native signers, which makes this dataset valuable for user independent sign language studies.
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Content4All is a collection of six open research datasets aimed at automatic sign language translation research.
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An artificial corpus built using grammatical dependencies rules due to the lack of resources for Sign Language.
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Sign Language Datasets for French Belgian Sign Language This dataset is built upon the work of Belgian linguists from the University of Namur. During eight years, they've collected and annotated 50 hours of videos depicting sign language conversation. 100 signers were recorded, making it one of the most representative sign language corpus. The annotation has been sanitized and enriched with metadata to construct two, easy to use, datasets for sign language recognition. One for continuous sign language recognition and the other for isolated sign recognition.
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