Retrieval, Recognition and Reconstruction of Quadruped Motions

In proceedings of GRAPP 2014 - International Conference on Computer Graphics Theory and Applications, Lisbon, Portugal, SCITEPRESS, Jan. 2014
 

Abstract

Different techniques have been developed for capturing and retrieval, action recognition and video based reconstruction of human motion data in the past years. In this paper we focus on how these techniques can be adapted to handle quadruped motion capture data and which new applications may appear. We discuss some particularities, that must be considered during large animal motion capture. For retrieval we derive suitable feature sets from quadrupeds motion capture data to perform fast searches for similar motions. Based on the retrieval techniques, the action recognition can be performed on the input motion capture sequences as well as on input video streams. We further present a data-driven approach to reconstruct quadruped motions from video data.

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@INPROCEEDINGS{krueger2014a,
     author = {Kr{\"u}ger, Bj{\"o}rn and Yasin, Hashim and Zsoldos, Rebeka and Weber, Andreas},
      title = {Retrieval, Recognition and Reconstruction of Quadruped Motions},
  booktitle = {GRAPP 2014 - International Conference on Computer Graphics Theory and Applications},
       year = {2014},
      month = jan,
  publisher = {SCITEPRESS},
   location = {Lisbon, Portugal},
   abstract = {Different techniques have been developed for capturing and retrieval, action recognition and video
               based reconstruction of human motion data in the past years. In this paper we focus on how these
               techniques can be adapted to handle quadruped motion capture data and which new applications may
               appear. We discuss some particularities, that must be considered during large animal motion capture.
               For retrieval we derive suitable feature sets from quadrupeds motion capture data to perform fast
               searches for similar motions. Based on the retrieval techniques, the action recognition can be
               performed on the input motion capture sequences as well as on input video streams. We further
               present a data-driven approach to reconstruct quadruped motions from video data.}
}