Wearable Sensing

This dataset provides valuable insights into hand gestures and their associated measurements. Hand gestures play a significant role in human communication, and understanding their patterns and characteristics can be enabled various applications, such as gesture recognition systems, sign language interpretation, and human-computer interaction. This dataset was carefully collected by a specialist who captured snapshots of individuals making different hand gestures and measured specific distances between the fingers and the palm.


This dataset is associated with the manuscript entitled "Data-efficient Human Walking Speed Intent Inference". The data represent the measurements taken from 15 able-bodied human subjects as the made speed changes while walking on a treadmill. Each subject is associated with a .mat file that contains 8 variables. Four variables are associated with the training dataset while four are associated with the experimental testing protocol.


Preventing heatstroke is of utmost importance as it poses a significant threat to life and can lead to severe health complications and even death. Heatstroke occurs when the body's internal temperature reaches hazardous levels, typically due to prolonged exposure to high temperatures or intense physical activity in hot weather. Recognizable symptoms of heatstroke encompass confusion, rapid heartbeat, accelerated breathing, seizures, and loss of consciousness. Moreover, projections suggest a 260% surge in mortality rates attributed to heat-related incidents by the 2050s.

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This study examined the effectiveness of a detection-based lie detection method that determines lying conditions based on facial autonomic reactions. This technique combines with two other lie detection techniques using a multi sensor fusion technique that is used in the polygraph test to differentiate moments of participants lying and telling the truth about a picked-up card from a deck of cards. Experiments were conducted with 19 participants sitting in front of a camera connected to Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) probes and ECG probes for a polygraph test. 



Parkinson's disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disorder caused by the loss of dopamine-producing brain cells. It primarily affects the patient's motor abilities but also impacts non-motor functions over time. Patients' symptoms include tremors, muscle stiffness, and difficulty walking and balancing. Then it disrupts the patients' sleep, speech, and mental functions, affecting their quality of life (QoL).

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Wed, 06/21/2023 - 21:31

10 soccer supporters gathered to watch a live broadcasted Premier League
match between Liverpool and Manchester United (4 - 0) on 19th of March 2022, all
equipped with wrist-worn accelerometers. All participants were aware of the purpose of this experiment and consented to participate
by attendance at the event, and by wearing the accelerometer. No personally sensitive
information was collected, all data is fully anonymised following the GDPR guidelines
and all procedures were in accordance with the recommendations of the data protection


Grasp intention recognition is a vital problem for controlling assistive robots to help the elderly and infirm people restore arm and hand function. This dataset contains gaze data and scene image data of healthy individuals and hemiplegic patients while performing different grasping tasks. It can be used for gaze-based grasp intention recognition studies.


This data was collected during a validation study of our Torso-Dynamics Estimation System (TES). The TES consisted of a Force Sensing Seat (FSS) and an inertial measurement unit (IMU) that measured the kinetics and kinematics of the subject's torso motions. The FSS estimated the 3D forces, 3D moments, and 2D COPs while the IMU estimated the 3D torso angles. To validate the TES, the FSS and IMU estimates were compared to gold standard research equipment (AMTI force plate and Qualisys motion capture system, respectively). 


IREYE4TASK is a dataset for wearable eye landmark detection and mental state analysis. Sensing the mental state induced by different task contexts, where cognition is a focus, is as important as sensing the affective state where emotion is induced in the foreground of consciousness, because completing tasks is part of every waking moment of life. However, few datasets are publicly available to advance mental state analysis, especially those using the eye as the sensing modality with detailed ground truth for eye behaviors.


Wearable long-term monitoring applications are becoming more and more popular in both the consumer and the medical market. In wearable ECG monitoring, the data quality depends on the properties of the electrodes and on how they contact the skin. Dry electrodes do not require any action from the user. They usually do not irritate the skin, and they provide sufficiently high-quality data for ECG monitoring purposes during low-intensity user activity. We investigated prospective motion artifact–resistant dry electrode materials for wearable ECG monitoring.