Computer Vision

N-WLASL dataset is a synthetic event-based dataset comprising 21,093 samples across 2,000 glosses. The dataset was collected using an event camera to shoot toward an LCD monitor. The monitor plays video frames from WLASL, the largest public word-level American Sign Language dataset. We use the event camera DAVIS346 with a resolution of 346x260 to record the display. The video resolution of WLASL is 256x256 and the frame rate is 25Hz. To ensure accurate recording of the display, we have implemented three video pre-processing procedures using the python-opencv and dv packages in Python.

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Integrative Augmented Reality Gaming: Immersive Human-Machine Interaction

 

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Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a non-invasive imaging technique that has extensive clinical applications in ophthalmology. OCT enables the visualization of the retinal layers, playing a vital role in the early detection and monitoring of retinal diseases.

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The dataset is created on June 8, 2023, at 12:28 AM, consists of 760 annotated images in Pascal VOC format.

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Around from 12th century MODI script was used to write Indian languages as Marathi, Hindi, and Gujarati etc.  It was used as administrative script from 17th century to mid of 19th century in Maharashtra state (India). At present, MODI script users are diminishing away, and countable persons can understand the MODI script. The preserved archaic historical MODI handwritten documents contained important and rare cultural, historic, and administrative kind of information which is usable in present-days.

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MODI script was used to write Indian languages as Marathi, Hindi, and Gujarati etc. from 12th century. From 17th century to mid of 19th century MODI was used as administrative script in Maharashtra state (India). Now a days, MODI script users are diminishing away, and countable persons can understand the MODI script. The archaic historical MODI handwritten documents contained important and rare cultural, historic, and administrative type of information which is usable in current era.

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This experiment was implemented to collect infrared images of the coal and gangue samples at the temperature of 323.15 K. Additionally, it showed that distinguishing between coal and gangue samples is feasible, although the area, thickness, and surface conditions were changed at a constant temperature during the process of capturing the infrared images. The coal and gangue were randomly collected from the same mine. The random samples had different weights, shapes, areas, thicknesses, and surface conations. 

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Visual storytelling refers to the manner of describing a set of images rather than a single image, also known as multi-image captioning. Visual Storytelling Task (VST) takes a set of images as input and aims to generate a coherent story relevant to the input images. In this dataset, we bridge the gap and present a new dataset for expressive and coherent story creation. We present the Sequential Storytelling Image Dataset (SSID), consisting of open-source video frames accompanied by story-like annotations.

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The FMK (Finger Major Knuckle) dataset was proposed and created to support the experiments of identity verificatio of knuckles of middle and thumb fingers modalites. The images of this dataset were captured using the rear camera of an OPPO A12 smartphone. This dataset was created from 20 different subjects between the ages of 30 and 67. For each subject there are 3 images of major knuckle for the middle finger and 3 images of major knuckle for thumb finger.. The FMK dataset was proposed and constructed for testing and evaluation.

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A short time ago, the study of contactless fingerprint authentication gained appeal among biometric researchers. Contactless fingerprint systems offer various advantages, such as ease of capture and affordability, over conventional fingerprint identification systems, which demand that the user's finger make direct contact with the sensor.

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