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Thermal imaging sensors are one of the most innovative emerging techonologies in the market. Fueled by ever lowering costs and improved sensitivity and resolution, our sensors provide exciting new oportunities for biometric identification.
As part of our involvement in this effort, Equinox is collecting an extensive database of face imagery in the following modalities: This data collection is made available for experimentation and statistical performance evaluations. VALID Database With the aim to facilitate the development of robust audio, face, and multi-modal person recognition systems, the large and realistic multi-modal audio-visual VALID database was acquired in a noisy "real world" office scenario with no control on illumination or acoustic noise.
The database consists of five recording sessions of subjects over a period of one month. One session is recorded in a studio with controlled lighting and no background noise, the other 4 sessions are recorded in office type scenarios.
Part one contains colour pictures of faces having a high degree of variability in scale, location, orientation, pose, facial expression and lighting conditions, while part two has manually segmented results for each of the images in part one of the database.
These images are acquired from a wide variety of sources such as digital cameras, pictures scanned using photo-scanner, other face databases and the World Wide Web.
The database is intended for distribution to researchers. Most of the images were taken in two different sessions to take into account the variations in illumination conditions, facial expression, and appearance.
In addition to this, the faces were captured at different scales and orientations. There are eleven different images of each of 40 distinct subjects.
For some subjects, some additional photographs are included. All the images were taken against a bright homogeneous background with the subjects in an upright, frontal position. The files are in JPEG format.
The size of each image is x pixels, with grey levels per pixel. The images are organized in two main directories - males and females. In each of these directories, there are directories with name as a serial numbers, each corresponding to a single individual.
In each of these directories, there are eleven different images of that subject, which have names of the form abc.
The following orientations of the face are included: It can be useful for research on topics such as multi-view face recognition, automatic lip reading and multi-modal speech recognition. The dataset was recorded in 3 sessions, with a space of about a week between each session.
In addition to the sentences, each person performed a head rotation sequence in each session. The sequence consists of the person moving their head to the left, right, back to the center, up, then down and finally return to center.
The recording was done in an office environment using a broadcast quality digital video camera. The video of each person is stored as a numbered sequence of JPEG images with a resolution of x pixels.20 th International Congress on In Vitro Toxicology (ESTIV) New approach methodologies for in vitro toxicology applications October • Berlin / Germany.
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