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TICaM: A Time-of-flight In-car Cabin Monitoring Dataset

  title={TICaM: A Time-of-flight In-car Cabin Monitoring Dataset},
  author={Jigyasa Katrolia and Bruno Mirbach and Ahmed El-Sherif and Hartmut Feld and Jason R. Rambach and Didier Stricker},
We present TICaM, a Time-of-flight In-car Cabin Monitoring dataset for vehicle interior monitoring using a single wide-angle depth camera. Our dataset goes beyond currently available in-car cabin datasets in terms of the ambit of labeled classes, recorded scenarios and annotations provided; all at the same time. We recorded an exhaustive list of actions performed while driving and provide for them multi-modal labeled images (depth, RGB and IR), with complete annotations for 2D and 3D object… 

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