First Data Science Paper of ARMS Lab is Published.

The first dataset paper (https://www.nature.com/articles/sdata2018101) [1] of ARMS Lab was published in the Scientific Data published by the prestigious Nature Publishing Group. The work presents the first grasping database collected from multiple human subjects for activities of daily living in unstructured environments. The main strength of this database is the use of three different sensing modalities: color images from a head-mounted action camera, distance data from a depth sensor on the dominant arm and upper body kinematic data acquired from an inertial motion capture suit.

The 172 GB dataset can be accessed at https://figshare.com/s/39016199b923a370fed2 .

The open-source annotation software can be downloaded from https://github.com/zhanibekrysbek/Annotation-software-of-Human-Grasping-Database.



[1] Saudabayev, A. and Varol H. A. Human grasping database for activities of daily living with depth, color and kinematic data streams. Sci. Data 5:180101 doi: 10.1038/sdata.2018.101 (2018).