Human Action Generation with Generative Adversarial Networks

26 May 2018  ·  Mohammad Ahangar Kiasari, Dennis Singh Moirangthem, Minho Lee ·

Inspired by the recent advances in generative models, we introduce a human action generation model in order to generate a consecutive sequence of human motions to formulate novel actions. We propose a framework of an autoencoder and a generative adversarial network (GAN) to produce multiple and consecutive human actions conditioned on the initial state and the given class label. The proposed model is trained in an end-to-end fashion, where the autoencoder is jointly trained with the GAN. The model is trained on the NTU RGB+D dataset and we show that the proposed model can generate different styles of actions. Moreover, the model can successfully generate a sequence of novel actions given different action labels as conditions. The conventional human action prediction and generation models lack those features, which are essential for practical applications.

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