The PKU-Spike-High-Speed Dataset is constructed by National Engineering Laboratory for Video Technology (NELVT), Peking University.
The goals to create this dataset includes: (1) reconstructing high-speed moving target; (2) Capturing natural scenes for high-speed moving camera. Therefore, the first available part contains Class A (moving target) and Class B (moving camera) with eight spike sequences, which are recorded by a retina-based camera, namely fovea-like sampling model (FSM). In particular, our FSM has high temporal resolution (40k FPS) and can reconstruct texture image with 400*250 pixel. We also provide two spike players (jspikeplayer.jar and SpikePlayer.exe) for playback spike sequences. Additionally, more details are illustrated in the following table.
Note: Class A is captured by the fixed FSM, and class B is recorded by the FSM in high railway with the speed of 350 km/h.
The PKU-Spike-High-Speed Dataset is now partly made available for the academic purpose only on a case-by-case basis. More sequences are under evaluation which will be public in the future.
- The sequences can only be used for ACADEMIC PURPOSES. NO COMERCIAL USE is allowed.
- Copyright National Engineering Laboratory for Video Technology (NELVT) and Institute of Digital Media, Peking University.
All publications using PKU-Spike-High-Speed Dataset should cite the papers below:
Lin Zhu, Siwei Dong, Tiejun Huang, Yonghong Tian. A retina-inspired sampling method for visual texture reconstruction, IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo (ICME), 2019.
- You can download the agreement (pdf) by clicking the DOWNLOAD link.
- Contact E-mail: pkuml at pku.edu.cn and mail/fax the paper vision to our lab address: Room 2604, Science Building No.2, Peking University, No.5 Yiheyuan Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China.