4DHumanOutfit: a multi-subject 4D dataset of human motion sequences in varying outfits exhibiting large displacements
PubDate: June 2023
Teams: NAVER LABS Europe;Inria centre at the University Grenoble Alpes
Writers: Matthieu Armando, Laurence Boissieux, Edmond Boyer, Jean-Sebastien Franco, Martin Humenberger, Christophe Legras, Vincent Leroy, Mathieu Marsot, Julien Pansiot, Sergi Pujades, Rim Rekik, Gregory Rogez, Anilkumar Swamy, Stefanie Wuhrer
This work presents 4DHumanOutfit, a new dataset of densely sampled spatio-temporal 4D human motion data of different actors, outfits and motions. The dataset is designed to contain different actors wearing different outfits while performing different motions in each outfit. In this way, the dataset can be seen as a cube of data containing 4D motion sequences along 3 axes with identity, outfit and motion. This rich dataset has numerous potential applications for the processing and creation of digital humans, e.g. augmented reality, avatar creation and virtual try on. 4DHumanOutfit is released for research purposes at this https URL. In addition to image data and 4D reconstructions, the dataset includes reference solutions for each axis. We present independent baselines along each axis that demonstrate the value of these reference solutions for evaluation tasks.