H3WB: Human3.6M 3D WholeBody Dataset and Benchmark

28 Nov 2022  ·  Yue Zhu, Nermin Samet, David Picard ·

3D human whole-body pose estimation aims to localize precise 3D keypoints on the entire human body, including the face, hands, body, and feet. Due to the lack of a large-scale fully annotated 3D whole-body dataset, a common approach has been to train several deep networks separately on datasets dedicated to specific body parts, and combine them during inference. This approach suffers from complex training and inference pipelines because of the different biases in each dataset used. It also lacks a common benchmark which makes it difficult to compare different methods. To address these issues, we introduce Human3.6M 3D WholeBody (H3WB) which provides whole-body annotations for the Human3.6M dataset using the COCO Wholebody layout. H3WB is a large scale dataset with 133 whole-body keypoint annotations on 100K images, made possible by our new multi-view pipeline. Along with H3WB, we propose 3 tasks: i) 3D whole-body pose lifting from 2D complete whole-body pose, ii) 3D whole-body pose lifting from 2D incomplete whole-body pose, iii) 3D whole-body pose estimation from a single RGB image. We also report several baselines from popular methods for these tasks. The dataset is publicly available at \url{https://github.com/wholebody3d/wholebody3d}.

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