International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Survey Paper | Computer Science & Engineering | India | Volume 3 Issue 11, November 2014

Survey of Human Motion Retrieval from Hand-Drawn Sketch and Videos

Sumit S. Rathi | Sachin Patil [6]

Abstract: Over last few years, motion capture data has developed and picked up a main part in animations, games and 3D environments. The quick development in motion capture data builds the vitality of motion retrieval. With a specific end goal to completely develop motion databases for reuse and for the union of new motions, one needs proficient recovery and scanning strategies to recognize comparative motions. Till now, only ad-hoc methods for motion retrieval have been proposed, which need effectiveness and depend on quantitative, numerical similitude measures, making it hard to distinguish legitimately related motions. Most of the current motion retrieval methodologies are focused on labor-intensive step in which the user searches and chooses a coveted query motion clip from huge motion clip database. In this survey, a new sketching interface for characterizing the query is displayed. This basic methodology permits users to characterize the obliged motion by sketching a few motion strokes over a drawn character which requires less exertion and augments the expressiveness of users. The hand-drawn query and a particular encoding of the motions are needed for backing the real-time interface. A new hierarchical encoding technique focused on set of orthonormal spherical harmonic (SH) premise functions can be presented. It can provide a compact representation and also CPU/processing intensive phase of sequential alignment utilized by past approaches.

Keywords: Motion capture data, Motion retrieval, spherical harmonic function, sketching interface

Edition: Volume 3 Issue 11, November 2014,

Pages: 2665 - 2668

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