Light Interference Event Dataset

Citation Author(s):
Chenyang
Shi
Yuzhen
Li
Ningfang
Song
Boyi
Wei
Yibo
Zhang
Wenzhuo
Li
Jing
Jin
Submitted by:
Jing Jin
Last updated:
Mon, 12/04/2023 - 07:18
DOI:
10.21227/4bkv-br07
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Abstract 

This dataset, referred to as LIED (Light Interference Event Dataset), is showcased in the article titled 'Identifying Light Interference in Event-Based Vision'. We proposed the LIED, it has three categories of light interference, including strobe light sources, non-strobe light sources and scattered or reflected light. Moreover, to make the datasets contain more realistic scenarios, the datasets include the dynamic objects and the situation of camera static and the camera moving. LIED was recorded by the DAVIS346 sensor. It provides both frame and events with the resolution of 346 * 260. All the sequences were collected indoors or outdoors, and the DAVIS346 was either fixed or hand-held. The fix setup represents the static scene and the hand-held setup is for the dynamic scene, which includes a variety of non-rigid camera motions. 

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All the data are recorded by DAVIS346 sensor, which includes events, frames and IMU data. They can be viewed and decoded by DV software(https://inivation.gitlab.io/dv/dv-docs/) and DV-python (https://gitlab.com/inivation/dv/dv-python)

We have collected 30 recordings in total and they can be divided into two categories. The first part contains all the light interferences we identified in the paper, including strobe light sources (halogen lamp), non-strobe light sources, scattered or reflected light and the edges of the light sources. Each of light interferences was recorded under fixed and moving condition. The second part is the extension of the first part, which includes both light interferences and moving objects (high-speed). The difference is that the second part is only recorded under hand-held condition. Among the most of the datasets, the hand-held camera is at a relatively high moving speed to track the dynamic object.