SHREC 2015 Track

3D Shape Retrieval Contest using the Driver's Motion Depth DataBase

The DMDDB 3D Shape Retrieval Contest is organized as part of the SHREC'15 Contest. The general objective of the 3D Shape Retrieval Contest is to evaluate the effectiveness of 3D-shape retrieval algorithms. SHREC'15 is the tenth edition of the contest.

The Challenge

Find where the arms are! In the given database of depth/range image sequences detect the locations of the arms of the depicted drivers. The data are given as sequences of 2D depth frames (320x240 pixels recorded using the Kinect sensor). For each input frame you need to create an output frame of same size that contains the labels: RIGHT_ARM=1, LEFT_ARM=2, OTHER=0. You need to identify all the pixels that correspond to the arms from the shoulders down to the wrists.

Where to begin?

  • STEP 1: Register your e-mail so that we can send you important updates regarding the contest, upcoming deadlines, your rank among other contestants, etc. Click here to register for free.
  • STEP 2: Download the DMDDB source code examples so that you can start developing your own algorithms in as few as 10 lines of Java code! Click here to download DMDDB.
  • STEP 3: Read the guidelines for useful tips, important dates and deadlines. Click here to read the guidelines.
  • STEP 4: Don't forget to submit your executable! If you are the winner you will co-author a paper with the contest organizers that will summarize your contribution and the results of this SHREC track. Click here to submit your executable.

  • Feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Good luck!

    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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