Action Anticipation By Predicting Future Dynamic Images

08/01/2018
by   Cristian Rodriguez, et al.
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Human action-anticipation methods predict what is the future action by observing only a few portion of an action in progress. This is critical for applications where computers have to react to human actions as early as possible such as autonomous driving, human-robotic interaction, assistive robotics among others. In this paper, we present a method for human action anticipation by predicting the most plausible future human motion. We represent human motion using Dynamic Images and make use of tailored loss functions to encourage a generative model to produce accurate future motion prediction. Our method outperforms the currently best performing action-anticipation methods by 4

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