Human Fatigue Database

 

Source: this database is constructed by our own research group in a project funded by Honda and AFOSAR.

 

Purpose: this database is used to develop non-invasive techniques for monitoring human fatigue.

 

It consists of three subsets:

o      Fatigue image sequences

       This subset contains the fatigued people sequences. It is used to study how the visual cues (e.g., eye blinking, eyebrow movements, head movements, and yawning) relate to human fatigue

       5 subjects

       5 image sequences

       without groundtruth

o      Face images

       This subset contains video images of human subjects during the fatigue study

       9 subjects

       22 image sequences

       with groundtruth of subject identification and the detection results of the three face pose angles (pan, tilt and roll) for the corresponding frames

o      IR Eye images

       This subset contains IR eye images of the human subjects during the fatigue study

       9 subjects

       22 image sequences

       with groundtruth of subject identification and the detection results of eye parameters for the corresponding frames:

- ratio of the pupil ellipse width vs. height

- ratio of the detected pupil size and the fitted ellipse size

- pupil size

- x, y coordinates of pupil center in the image

- x, y coordinates of pupil-glint vector

- the mapping region of the gaze (the screen is divided into several regions)

- the persac parameter

- status of the eye: open, closed, and no eye

- the perclos parameter

- aecs parameter