We had the great opportunity to present our research to a variety of industry partners on the 5th of November 2013, at the SICSA Demofest. SICSA stands for Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance, who created the Demofest as an event to introduce industry to ongoing academic research. It is a chance to find industry partners who are interested in investing and collaborating in cutting edge research around the country.
The Glasgow Stereo Image Database of Garments is a collection of 80 stereo-pair colour images of garments with corresponding horizontal and vertical disparity maps and mask annotations. This database is based on 16 different off-the-shelve garments. Each garment has been imaged in five different pose configurations using the CloPeMa active binocular robot head. The aim of this database is to serve as a benchmark tool for algorithms for recognition, segmentation and various range image properties of non-rigid objects.