Accelerometer localization



Accelerometer localization With accelerometers becoming increasingly ubiquitous (through, e.g., smartphones and tablets) there is a growing interest in fusing accelerometer data with visual data. Combining these sensor types has strong potential as they provide complementary information. While accelerometers capture subtleties in the movement of the device, computer vision may, for example, put this information into spatial context and into relation with other entities. This dataset captures the problem of localizing an accelerometer in the visual field of a stationary camera in the context of food preparation, where accelerometers are attached to kitchen utensils. The dataset includes manually annotated ground-truth point locations of all accelerometers in every frame of the video.

This data is made available under a CC-BY-NC-SA creative commons license
Date made available2011
PublisherUniversity of Dundee
Date of data production2011

Research Output

Recognising Complex Activities with Histograms of Relative Tracklets

Stein, S. & McKenna, S., Jan 2017, In : Computer Vision and Image Understanding. 154, p. 82-93 19 p.

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    Accelerometer localization in the view of a stationary camera

    Stein, S. & McKenna, S., 1 Jan 2012, Proceedings of the 2012 9th Conference on Computer and Robot Vision, CRV 2012. p. 109-116 8 p.

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    McKenna, S. (Creator), Stein, S. (Creator) (2011). Accelerometer localization. University of Dundee. AccelerometerLocalization(.pdf). 10.15132/10000121