Fine-grained kitchen activity recognition using RGB-D

  title={Fine-grained kitchen activity recognition using RGB-D},
  author={Jinna Lei and Xiaofeng Ren and Dieter Fox},
We present a first study of using RGB-D (Kinect-style) cameras for fine-grained recognition of kitchen activities. Our prototype system combines depth (shape) and color (appearance) to solve a number of perception problems crucial for smart space applications: locating hands, identifying objects and their functionalities, recognizing actions and tracking object state changes through actions. Our proof-of-concept results demonstrate great potentials of RGB-D perception: without need for… CONTINUE READING
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