4DHumanOutfit is a new dataset of 4D human motion sequences, sampled densely in space and time, with 20 actors, dressed in 7 outfits each, and performing 11 motions exhibiting large displacements in each outfit. We designed 4DHumanOutfit to enable the combined analysis of shape, outfit and motions with humans. This results in a dataset shaped as a cube of data containing 4D motion sequences with three different factors that vary along the axes identity, outfit, and motion.
This dataset, which was acquired in Kinovis (total capture time was 5206 hours, over more than 6 months) allows to study dressed humans in motion, and to compare different algorithms on a same dataset, which we hope will serve as a strong benchmark for the computer vision research community.
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- 10 females
- 10 males
1 male and 1 female actor will not be released to allow for future evaluations on unobserved data.
- own: the actor’s own arbitrary clothes on arrival in the studio, this outfit was therefore unique to each actor, with the purpose to increase variability
- tig: socks, dotted white leggings, dotted salmon tank top, pink swimming cap (minimal clothing)
- sho: white and pink sneakers, yellow shorts, purple T-shirt
- jea: yellow ballerinas, jeans, green and pink flowery shirt
- cos: yellow ballerinas, jeans, flowery purple dress
- opt: pink flip-flops or cream high heels, short grey dress or long loose blue dress or long tight red dress; as apparel for females offers more diversity than for males, we chose 3 optional outfits, using different materials and shapes to increase variability
- hidden: we recorded one additional outfit (white and pink sneakers, jeans, lavender hoodie) which will not be released to allow for future evaluations on unobserved data
- own: the actor own arbitrary clothes on arrival in the studio
- tig: socks, beige shorts, grey tank top, blue swimming cap (minimal clothing)
- sho: blue and white sneakers, beige shorts, orange T-shirt with picture
- jea: black moccasins, jeans, grey and white striped shirt
- cos: black moccasins, dark costume trousers, grey and white striped shirt, dark costume jacket
- pt: black moccasins, dark costume trousers, grey and white striped shirt, beige trench coat
- hidden: we recorded one additional outfit (blue and white sneakers, jeans, blue hoodie) which will not be released to allow for future evaluations on unobserved data
- walk: a simple walk across the studio
- avoid: a walk with last-second obstacle avoidance
- back: a walk with a U-turn
- torso: a walk with a torso rotation to look backwards
- run: a jog / run across the studio
- jump: jump on the spot
- dance: a dance with both legs and arms wide motion
- hop: hopscotch
- 2 free motions: to be chosen by the actor to increase the variability of the dataset, this included mostly martial art, dance and other sport motions
- hidden: we recorded one additional motion (a walk with an arm wave) which will not be released to allow for future evaluations on unobserved data
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