OrigamiSet1.0: Two New Datasets for Origami Classification and Difficulty Estimation

01/14/2021
by   Daniel Ma, et al.
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Origami is becoming more and more relevant to research. However, there is no public dataset yet available and there hasn't been any research on this topic in machine learning. We constructed an origami dataset using images from the multimedia commons and other databases. It consists of two subsets: one for classification of origami images and the other for difficulty estimation. We obtained 16000 images for classification (half origami, half other objects) and 1509 for difficulty estimation with 3 different categories (easy: 764, intermediate: 427, complex: 318). The data can be downloaded at: https://github.com/multimedia-berkeley/OriSet. Finally, we provide machine learning baselines.

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