Sports Activity Recognition

Demo: Sports Activity Recognition using Transfer Learning
Image 1: Sample video to demonstrate sports activities
Image 2: Capture screenshot to grab a video frame
Image 3: User-Interface to Take Screenshot, Label Frames & Predict Activities
Image 4: Event Handlers for HTML Buttons
Image 5: Add Training Examples to KNN-Classifier
Image 6: Run Predictions to Recognize Sports Activities using KNN-Classifier
Image 7: Olympics Figure Skating
Image 8: Olympics Swimming
Demo Video: Sports Activity Recognition using Transfer Learning
  • The present method uses simple image classification using intermediate layers from a pre-trained model. One can extend this basic model using body postures of athletes as captured by Pose-Net or Open Pose.
  • The above method classifies each video frame individually without taking into account any temporal information.

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