Kinect v2 skeleton joints point and 6 angles dataset

Published: 5 July 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/h483t5kkc4.1


The collected dataset for eight fixed positions came from 127 volunteers (men and women), whose ages ranged from 20 to 41, with different heights (1.45–1.91 m) and different body sizes. Each person among the volunteers imitates or performs the eight positions or poses: “hands up”, “right hand up”, “left hand up”, “hands-on head”, “arms open”, “stand up straight”, “hands-on waist" and “hands forward” as shown in picture (1), interspersed with a simple movement that falls under the same position. For each person, record 240 frames (each frame contains 15 joint camera coordinates in X, Y, and Z, and 6 angles as show in picture (3)). The record total frames are 30480 frames. 72% are used as training data and 28% are used for testing



University of Mustansiriyah


Hand, Gesture, Skeleton