Dataset 05: Terravic Motion Infrared Database

Outdoor Motion and Tracking Scenarios


Collection 1: [irw01.zip] (Two subjects enter the FOV from opposite directions. They walk towards each other, crossing paths, and continue until they exit the FOV)

Collection 2: [irw02.zip] (Two subjects enter the FOV from opposite directions. They walk towards each other and stop in the center of the FOV. Finally, they walk together to the right of the FOV.)

Collection 3: [irw03.zip] (Two subjects enter the FOV from the left (one is obscured by the other); They walk toward the center of the FOV, and stop. One subject returns (left) and the other continues forward (right).)

Collection 4: [irw04.zip] (Two subjects enter the FOV from opposite directions and walk toward each other. They stop in the center of the FOV for a while, then turn around and return to their previous positions.)

Collection 5: [irw05.zip] (Two subjects walk from right to left and briefly stop in the center of the FOV. First subjects starts to walk left while second subject is stationary. Later, the second subject also begins to walk left.)

Collection 6: [irw06.zip] (Two subjects stand in the middle of the filed of view. One subject begins to walk toward the camera and the other away from the camera. Both subjects are present in the video sequence from the beginning. Subject walking towards the camera is holding an AK-47 rifle. Subjects are semi-motionless during the first 140 frames.)

Collection 7: [irw07.zip] (One subject walks in line somewhat perpendicular to the camera sensor, holding an AK-47 rifle. Subject walks away then turns around and comes back toward the camera. Subject's size decreases and then increases in this video sequence. Subject initially fills ~40% of the field of view.)

Collection 8: [irw08.zip] (One subject is walking from left to right side of the FOV holding an AK-47 rifle. Subject fills ~10% of the field of view.)

Collection 9: [irw09.zip] (One subject is hidden in the woods, then walks onto an open field, and continues walking toward the left side of the FOV. Initially, the subject is behind trees and bushes, but detectable (frames 210-560).)

Collection 10: [irw10.zip] (One subject enters the FOV from the left and continues walking right until exiting the FOV. The subject is temporarily hidden behind two trees.)

Collection 11: [irw11.zip] (One subject enters the FOV from the left. The subject is then hidden behind a tree for about 19 seconds, and continues walking right.)

Outdoor House Surveillance


Collection 1: [irs01.zip] (Surveillance of a house. One subject exits the house.)

Indoor Hallway Surveillance


Collection 1: [irin01.zip] (Monitoring an indoor hallway. There is a door at the end of the hallway where subjects exit and enter the building. The outside temperature was about 30 deg. F (hence darker center of the FOV).)

Plane Motion and Tracking


Collection 1: [irpl01.zip] (Single plane (few dots) appears in the upper right corner of the FOV and follows a downward diagonal path. It later disappears behind the horizon.)

Underwater and Near-Surface Motion


Collection 1: [iruw01.zip] (Divers swim underwater toward a dock. Surface water temperature is about 50 degrees F.)

Collection 2: [iruw02.zip] (Divers swim underwater toward a shore. Surface water temperature is about 50 degrees F.)

Uneventful Background Motion


Collection 1: [irtr01.zip] (Clouds and tree branches are moving due to strong winds.)

Collection 2: [irtr02.zip] (Tree branches are moving due to strong winds.)


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Frame File Format: 000000.jpg


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