First-Person Activity Recognition: What Are They Doing to Me?

  title={First-Person Activity Recognition: What Are They Doing to Me?},
  author={Michael S. Ryoo and Larry H. Matthies},
  journal={2013 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition},
This paper discusses the problem of recognizing interaction-level human activities from a first-person viewpoint. The goal is to enable an observer (e.g., a robot or a wearable camera) to understand 'what activity others are performing to it' from continuous video inputs. These include friendly interactions such as 'a person hugging the observer' as well as hostile interactions like 'punching the observer' or 'throwing objects to the observer', whose videos involve a large amount of camera ego… CONTINUE READING
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