EgoMon Gaze & Video Dataset is an Egocentric (first person) Dataset that consists of 7 videos of 30 minutes, more or less, each one of them.
Chertó M. EgoMon Gaze and Video Dataset for Visual Saliency Prediction. ESEIAAT UPC, 2016.
Download the dataset here
|Albert College and DCU Park
|Walking to the Office
The acquisition of the dataset was carried out between three different wearers of the glasses:
This video was recorded in an office during two presentations of a progress report of two different projects. First of all, the person who wore the camera was presenting her project and in the half part of the video another person started the presentation of his project and the person who wore the glasses watched his presentation and the questions round.
This video was recorded outdoors. The participant was walking in a park with two friends. In this video we can see some different situations that make change the fixation point of view. For example, looking straight and that appears a runner or a dog. Or we can also see the participant looking a map and his friends pointing some parts of the map.
This video was recorded cooking the traditional Spanish food "tortilla de patatas". The video is situated in a kitchen. We can see in the video how the participant follows with her point of view the different processes to cook this traditional food.
This video was recorded during a card game with four players. We can see how the participant fixes their attention in different persons and situations and their cards.
This video was recorded outside. The participant was walking in the Botanic Gardens situated in Dublin. In this video appear different situations that can change the point of gaze. For example, go into a greenhouse or follow a squirrel, etc.
This video was recorded in the front and in the second floor of a Dublin bus. In the video the participant is static but the scene that they are recording is in motion.
This video was recorded walking around the streets of the Dublin 9 district from an apartment to the Insight Centre of Dublin City University.