Lending A Hand: Detecting Hands and Recognizing Activities in Complex Egocentric Interactions

Hands appear very often in egocentric video, and their appearance and pose give important cues about what people are doing and what they are paying attention to. But existing work in hand detection has made strong assumptions that work well in only simple scenarios, such as with limited interaction with other people or in lab settings... (read more)

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