From OTCBVS'05, a benchmark/test database of images and videos recorded in and beyond the visible spectrum has been available. The database is to be used to compare, evaluate, and adapt state-of-the-art computer vision algorithms. It will fill out the lack of experimental non-visible data in the vision community, and will allow a large spectrum of CVPR participants to explore the benefits of the non-visible spectrum in real-world applications, and contribute to OTCBVS workshop series. We also invite people to participate in the extension of this database. Comparative evaluation studies across the non-visible spectrum for a given computer vision or pattern recognition task are encouraged. Applications using non-visible sensors from various domains are welcome. Sensors of interest include visible, infrared, millimeter wave, radar, and hyper-spectral.
The benchmark database can be visited here.