Swimmer Stroke Rate Estimation From Overhead Race Video

04/25/2021 ∙ by Timothy Woinoski, et al. ∙ 0

In this work, we propose a swimming analytics system for automatically determining swimmer stroke rates from overhead race video (ORV). General ORV is defined as any footage of swimmers in competition, taken for the purposes of viewing or analysis. Examples of this are footage from live streams, broadcasts, or specialized camera equipment, with or without camera motion. These are the most typical forms of swimming competition footage. We detail how to create a system that will automatically collect swimmer stroke rates in any competition, given the video of the competition of interest. With this information, better systems can be created and additions to our analytics system can be proposed to automatically extract other swimming metrics of interest.



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