Am I a Baller? Basketball Performance Assessment from First-Person Videos

@article{Bertasius2017AmIA,
  title={Am I a Baller? Basketball Performance Assessment from First-Person Videos},
  author={Gedas Bertasius and Hyun Soo Park and Stella X. Yu and Jianbo Shi},
  journal={2017 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV)},
  year={2017},
  pages={2196-2204}
}
This paper presents a method to assess a basketball player's performance from his/her first-person video. A key challenge lies in the fact that the evaluation metric is highly subjective and specific to a particular evaluator. We leverage the first-person camera to address this challenge. The spatiotemporal visual semantics provided by a first-person view allows us to reason about the camera wearer's actions while he/she is participating in an unscripted basketball game. Our method takes a… CONTINUE READING
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