Provided by Owlii Inc. (Yi Xu, Yao Lu, Ziyu Wen).
A mesh sequence is a set of mesh files with each mesh file containing a .obj file representing geometry, a .mtl file representing material and a .png file representing texture. In each .obj file, it contains position information for each vertex and connectivity information for each triangle and UV coordinate information to map the vertex to the texture map.
There are four sequences in the dataset, known as basketball_player, dancer, exercise, and model, pictured below. In each sequence, the frameratre is at 30 fps, over a 20s period. For each sequence, it contains around 40K triangles. Texture maps are with the resolution of 2048×2048
The main data are OBJ files in ascii format, and if desired may be viewed directly in software such as MeshLab.
Owlii Inc. hereby makes available dynamic human mesh sequences as potential test material for MPEG standardization efforts, as well as non-commercial use subject to the accompanying license agreement by the wider research community.
If you publish images or report performance results of these data, we request that you cite this document as Yi Xu, Yao Lu, and Ziyu Wen, “Owlii Dynamic human mesh sequence dataset” ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29/WG11 m41658, 120th MPEG Meeting, Macau, October 2017.You can download the full dataset here.
|Basketball player||Point Cloud|