``Knock! Knock! Who is it?'' Probabilistic Person Identification in TV series Makarand Tapaswi, Martin Baeuml and Rainer Stiefelhagen IEEE Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR Poster), Providence, RI, June 2012 [paper] [poster-1] [poster-2] Errata: The precision and recall labels on Figure 7 should be flipped.
Download code release v0.1. Contains the most important codes which will help understand the method. It is not yet a fully reproducible package.
UPDATE (20.06.2013) We have an updated version of the data set containing face tracks with features and speaker identity assigned to them. Check it out here! They also contain six more videos from Buffy The Vampire Slayer (Season 5, Episodes 1 to 6). The work however does not focus on person tracks, so continue to use them from below. ORIGINAL POSTING The Big Bang Theory (Season 1, Episodes 1 to 6). You can buy the season 1 DVD at any store (Amazon US DE). Please note that the following data contains only the annotations and not the actual audio-visual content. This data has been used in our CVPR 2012 paper, please cite it if you use the data. PRACTICAL NOTE: The bounding boxes for tracks, timestamps, etc. are obtained from Region 2 DVDs (PAL) for which the video frames have 720x576 resolution with display at 1024x576. The bounding boxes use the latter 1024x576 resolution. The frame rate is 25fps.
A snapshot of all multimedia related projects can be found here. This is the link you will come to from any of our papers too!
I hope to collect links at one place to make it easy to browse the wonderful works.