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// Authors: Gabriele Fanelli, Thibaut Weise, Juergen Gall, BIWI, ETH Zurich // Email: email@example.com // You may use, copy, reproduce, and distribute this Software for any // non-commercial purpose, subject to the restrictions of the // Microsoft Research Shared Source license agreement ("MSR-SSLA"). // Some purposes which can be non-commercial are teaching, academic // research, public demonstrations and personal experimentation. You // may also distribute this Software with books or other teaching // materials, or publish the Software on websites, that are intended // to teach the use of the Software for academic or other // non-commercial purposes. // You may not use or distribute this Software or any derivative works // in any form for commercial purposes. Examples of commercial // purposes would be running business operations, licensing, leasing, // or selling the Software, distributing the Software for use with // commercial products, using the Software in the creation or use of // commercial products or any other activity which purpose is to // procure a commercial gain to you or others. // If the Software includes source code or data, you may create // derivative works of such portions of the Software and distribute // the modified Software for non-commercial purposes, as provided // herein. // THE SOFTWARE COMES "AS IS", WITH NO WARRANTIES. THIS MEANS NO // EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY WARRANTY, INCLUDING WITHOUT // LIMITATION, WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A // PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ANY WARRANTY AGAINST INTERFERENCE WITH YOUR // ENJOYMENT OF THE SOFTWARE OR ANY WARRANTY OF TITLE OR // NON-INFRINGEMENT. THERE IS NO WARRANTY THAT THIS SOFTWARE WILL // FULFILL ANY OF YOUR PARTICULAR PURPOSES OR NEEDS. ALSO, YOU MUST // PASS THIS DISCLAIMER ON WHENEVER YOU DISTRIBUTE THE SOFTWARE OR // DERIVATIVE WORKS. // NEITHER MICROSOFT NOR ANY CONTRIBUTOR TO THE SOFTWARE WILL BE // LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES RELATED TO THE SOFTWARE OR THIS MSR-SSLA, // INCLUDING DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL // DAMAGES, TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT THE LAW PERMITS, NO MATTER WHAT // LEGAL THEORY IT IS BASED ON. ALSO, YOU MUST PASS THIS LIMITATION OF // LIABILITY ON WHENEVER YOU DISTRIBUTE THE SOFTWARE OR DERIVATIVE // WORKS. // When using this software, please acknowledge the effort that // went into development by referencing the paper: // // Fanelli G., Weise T., Gall J., Van Gool L., Real Time Head Pose Estimation from Consumer Depth Cameras // 33rd Annual Symposium of the German Association for Pattern Recognition (DAGM'11), 2011 13.10.2011: removed bug in CRForestEStimator::estimate (thanks to Cristobal Belles) The actual code for head pose estimation is contained in the CR* files present in this folder. The main.cpp file shows an example use of the code on (compressed) depth images as the ones provided in the data/ folder. A forest is provided in the trees/ folder, which was trained on depth images of people turning theirs heads in front of the Kinect, sitting at around 1 m distance from the sensor; therefore, the forest will give optimal results for similar scenarios. In order to compile, OpenCV2.3 is required, please modify the CMakeLists.txt file according to your local OpenCV installation. To run the example code, type ./head_pose_estimation config.txt data/frame_XXXX_depth.bin The config.txt file contains all parameters needed for the head pose estimation, e.g., the path to the forest, the stride, and z threshold used to segment the person from the background. Please note that a depth.cal file should be present in the same folder as the depth image. In the "code/" folder, an additional example is provided which runs on a stream of depth images coming from a Kinect sensor. The demo requires (in addition to OpenCV), the OpenNI, freeglut, and OpenGL libraries. For installing OpenNI on Ubuntu 11.4, I recommend using this tutorial http://tirokartblog.wordpress.com/2011/06/22/kinect-driver-and-samples-installation-on-ubuntu-11-04/ To run the demo, type ./head_pose_estimation_demo config.txt