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Sandhitsu R Das
12-03-2002, 05:06 AM
Colleagues,

I am trying to build a biologically inspired computational network model
to recognize human motion and classify different gait patterns. I am
specifically interested in working with sparse visual input like
Johansson's point-light walkers.

For this, I need data of 2-D projected coordinates of the principal body
joints (shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees, toes, head) over several
time frames while the subject executes different movements like walking,
running etc. I do not need the actual videos, only the data of body joint
positions are good enough for my purpose.

It seems this kind of data may be available in the form of a standard
database somewhere, but I have not been able to find one. If anyone has a
pointer to this kind of data and can kindly provide some, it will be of
great help.

Thanks,
Sandhitsu Das
Bioengineering Graduate Group
University of Pennsylvania

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