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Annotate a dataset of images

asked 2016-06-14 07:47:41 -0600

ROSpioneer gravatar image

I'll be recording a new dataset using a couple of sensors: kinect, stereovision cameras.. for a project for people detection using only depth information.

But I don't know yet how can I annotate the dataset, like in this dataset where they provide the boundary box. I have only the sensors (no markers..) and I'll be recording a hundred of images..

Do you have any ideas how can I do that?

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answered 2016-06-14 08:07:42 -0600

berak gravatar image

if all you need is bounding boxes (and you're willing to do this manually), you could try the annotation tool from opencv/apps.

(it opens a directory, shows you image after image, lets you mark objects, and saves the outcome to a txt file)

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answered 2018-04-24 06:07:41 -0600 provides Image Annotation and Labeling tool for open source and research projects. So if you are looking for manual annotation, you could give this tool a shot. Sample projects´╗┐

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