ChaLearn Looking at People @ ECCV2014: Challenge and Workshop on Pose Recovery, Action and Gesture Recognition
NEWS: The tentative program with the accepted papers can be found here. Registration at the ECCV conference already covers Workshop papers.
NEWS: The labels of the final evaluation set have been published. We have added the scripts and labels for each track on the Test data tab of the corresponding track at the data download server. You need the team credentials to access this information.
ChaLearn organizes in 2014 three
parallel challenge tracks on Human Pose Recovery on RGB data, action/interaction spotting on RGB data, and gesture spotting on RGB-Depth data.
The challenge features three
1: Human Pose Recovery:
More than 8,000 frames of continuous RGB sequences are recorded and labeled
with the objective of performing human pose recovery by means of recognizing
more than 120,000 human limbs of different people. Examples of labeled frames are
shown in Fig. 1.
2: Action/Interaction Recognition: 235 performances of 11 action/interaction categories
are recorded and manually labeled in continuous RGB sequences of different
people performing natural isolated and collaborative actions randomly. Examples of
labeled actions are shown in Fig. 1.
Track 3: Gesture
Recognition: More than 14,000 gestures are drawn from a vocabulary of 20 Italian sign gesture categories.
The emphasis of this third track is on multi-modal automatic learning of a set
of 20 gestures performed by several different users, with the aim of performing
user independent continuous gesture spotting. An example of the
visual modalities for each frame of the data set is shown in Fig.2.
Figure 1: Samples of the RGB Human Pose Recovery and Action/Interaction tracks
Figure 2: Samples of the RGBD gesture spotting track
Top three ranked participants on each track will be awarded
and invited to follow the ECCV workshop submission guide for inclusion of a description of their
system at the ECCVproceedings and submit
an extended paper in a special issue on gesture recognition at a Special Issue of the TPAMI journal.
July 25th: You can find the tentative program here.