Bristol Egocentric Object Interactions Dataset

The wearable gaze tracker hardware (ASL Mobile Eye XG) was used to collect Egocentric video with synchronised gaze for multiple operators around a common environment. After calibration, the scene images are synchronised with, if available, 2D gaze points. Six locations were chosen: kitchen (K), workspace (W), laser printer (P), corridor with a locked door (D), cardiac gym (G) and weight-lifting machine (M) (Fig. 3). For the first four locations (K, W, P, D), sequences from five different operators were recorded, and from three operators for the last two locations (G, M). The sequences, 3D maps, and 3D object ground-truth are available.

Alternative title BEOID
Creator(s) Dima Damen
Contributor(s) Teesid Leelasawassuk, Walterio Mayol-Cuevas
Publication date 23 Jul 2014
Language eng
Publisher University of Bristol
Licence Non-Commercial Government License for public sector information
DOI 10.5523/bris.o4hx7jnmfqt01lyzf2n4rchg6
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Citation Dima Damen (2014): Bristol Egocentric Object Interactions Dataset.
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