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DMDDB API Java library
  • dmddb.jar, this is the Java library with the DMDDB API. It contains easy-to-use classes that communicate directly with the on-line database and give you easy access to the depth data and metadata of the DMDDB database. The documentation of the DMDDB API is provided in this link.

  • DMDDB API Javascript library
  • dmddb.js, this is the Javascript library with the DMDDB API. It contains easy-to-use classes that communicate directly with the on-line database and give you easy access to the depth data and metadata of the DMDDB database. The documentation of the DMDDB API is provided in this link.

  • Source code examples
  • Download source code from Git. The source code examples can be downloaded from our Git repository by following the instructions described here. The link to the Git repository (that can be opened by a git client) is the following: http://research.dwi.ufl.edu/git/DMDDBDemo. Alternatively, you can download the following zip file:
  • dmddb-examples.zip, this file contains the Java source code of several DMDDB example applications discussed in the Examples web-site.

  • DMDDB datasets
  • Browse DMDDB: You can browse and download depth sequences from the DMDDB database from the on-line DMDDB viewer. It is strongly advised to use the DMDDB API instead of downloading the dataset.

  • Open source project
  • The UFDW and J4K libraries are open source Java libraries developed by Prof. Angelos Barmpoutis, and further extended by the students and faculty who work in the SAGE program (Serious and Applied Gaming Environments) at the University of Florida Digital Worlds Institute. You can find more information about how to join our graduate and undergraduate programs at this link (www.digitalworlds.ufl.edu). The source code can be downloaded from the UFDW Git repository as an eclipse project by following the instructions described here and using the UFDW Git repository address.

  • What to do next?
  • You can browse the database using our On-Line 3D Viewer.
  • You can also read a brief tutorial on "How to write your DMDDB experiment".
  • Optionally, you can read our Published Papers to learn more about the data collection and processing methods.


  • Acknowledgement: Funded in part by the US Department of Transportation / STRIDE, Award ID: DTRT12-G-UTC04 / 2013-051S, STRIDE project title "Investigating the effect of drivers' body motion on traffic safety", Principal Investigator: Angelos Barmpoutis, September 2013-April 2015.

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