Anonymisation in egocentric video

Summary: A video digest of research related to anonymisation in egocentric video.
Topics: computer vision, privacy
Slides: link (pdf)

  • M. Wertheimer, "Untersuchungen zur Lehre von der Gestalt II", Psychologische Forschung 4 (1923)
  • G. Johansson, "Visual perception of biological motion and a model for its analysis", Perception & psychophysics (1973)
  • S. V. Stevenage, M. S. Nixon and K. Vince, "Visual analysis of gait as a cue to identity", Applied Cognitive Psychology (1999)
  • M. S. Nixon, J. N. Carter, D. Cunado, P. S. Huang, and S. V. Stevenage, "Automatic gait recognition", Biometrics (1999)
  • L. Wang, T. Tan, H. Ning, & W. Hu, "Silhouette analysis-based gait recognition for human identification", TPAMI (2003)
  • A. Torralba, "Contextual priming for object detection", IJCV (2003)
  • J. Mantyjarvi et al., "Identifying users of portable devices from gait pattern with accelerometers", ICASSP (2005)
  • A. Fathi, et al., "Learning to recognize objects in egocentric activities", CVPR (2011)
  • A. Fathi, J. Hodgins and J. Rehg, "Social interactions: A first-person perspective", CVPR (2012)
  • C. Dicle, I. C. Octavia and M. Sznaier, "The way they move: Tracking multiple targets with similar appearance", ICCV (2013)
  • S. Ardeshir and A. Borji, "Ego2top: Matching viewers in egocentric and top-view videos", ECCV (2016)
  • Y. Hoshen and S. Peleg, "An egocentric look at video photographer identity", CVPR (2016)
  • C. Fan, et al., "Identifying first-person camera wearers in third-person videos", CVPR (2017)
  • D. Thapar, C. Arora and A. Nigam, "Is sharing of egocentric video giving away your biometric signature?", ECCV (2020)
  • D. Thapar, A. Nigam and C. Arora, "Recognizing camera wearer from hand gestures in egocentric videos", ACM MM (2020)
  • D. Thapar, A. Nigam and C. Arora, "Anonymizing Egocentric Videos", CVPR (2021)
  • D. Damen et al., "Rescaling Egocentric Vision: Collection, Pipeline and Challenges for EPIC-KITCHENS-100", IJCV (2021)
  • K. Grauman et al., "Ego4d: Around the world in 3,000 hours of egocentric video", arxiv (2021)