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data demo code release Apr 9, 2018
doc adding evaluation code for H3.6M Jun 17, 2018
models windows, python3, matrix export Jul 6, 2018
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__init__.py demo code release Apr 9, 2018
demo.py windows, python3, matrix export Jul 6, 2018
do_train.sh added training code + data Apr 21, 2018
export.py
prepare_datasets.sh added training code + data Apr 21, 2018
requirements.txt windows, python3, matrix export Jul 6, 2018

README.md

End-to-end Recovery of Human Shape and Pose

This project is forked from https://github.com/akanazawa/hmr

Angjoo Kanazawa, Michael J. Black, David W. Jacobs, Jitendra Malik CVPR 2018

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Export

The export module will allow for the exporting of the skeleton animated over time ( multiple images ). 3D matrices and 3D camera points are exported. These can be used to rebuild the skeleton in a seperate application. If a json_dir is provided keypoints will be extracted and matched depending on distance from each other and a distance threshold. This way the number of people and people over different frames are nicely matched. There is also a possibility to exclude people if they are only present in the animation under the presence_threshold. These values can be adjusted in the openpose util.

Sample usage:

On multiple images and open pose output json ( json_dir is optional ):

python3 -m export --img_dir data/images --json_dir data/json --output_path output

On a single image and single open pose output json ( json_path is optional ):

python3 -m export --img_path data/images/image0001.jpg --json_dir data/json/json0001.json --output_path output