We propose a multi-view pictorial structures model that builds on recent advances in 2D pose estimation and incorporates evidence across multiple viewpoints to allow for robust 3D pose estimation. We evaluate our multi-view pictorial structures approach on the HumanEva-I and MPII Cooking datasets. In comparison to related work for 3D pose estimation our approach achieves similar or better results while operating on single-frames only and not relying on activity specific motion models or tracking. Notably, our approach outperforms state-of-the-art for activities with more complex motions.
This site hosts the 2-camera version of the MPII (Max Planck Institute for Informatics) Cooking Activities pose challenge as well ground truth annotation for a several sequences from the HumanEva-I dataset used in .
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3D MPII Cooking pose challenge
- Data, ground truth, and evaluation code (1020 MB)
HumanEva-I ground truth
for the follwoing subject and sequences
- S1 - Walking, Jog, Box
- S2 - Walking, Jog
- S3 - Walking, Jog
- Ground truth annotations (4 MB)
The 3D MPII Cooking pose challenge data was recorded with a camera system from 4D View Solutions.
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Related datasets of our group
 Multi-View Pictorial Structures for 3D Human Pose Estimation, S. Amin, M. Andriluka, M. Rohrbach and B. Schiele, British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC), September, (2013)
 A Database for Fine Grained Activity Detection of Cooking Activities, M. Rohrbach, S. Amin, M. Andriluka and B. Schiele, IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), June, (2012)