09/11/2021 CVPR 2022 Update:
Following CVPR 2022 recommendations on the use of datasets, we would like to declare that:
All subjects gave prior, written, informed consent for the capture and use of their data for research purposes. The experimental procedure and consent form were reviewed by the University of Tuebingen Ethics Committee with no objections.
According to how CVPR worded their sentence, authors should ask their own ethics committee for permission to use the released data.
29/10/2021 We now provide packed CAPE data that are compatible with POP and SCALE. Please check out the bottom of the download page for more information.
12/10/2021 Check out our new work at ICCV 2021, trained with CAPE data:
- POP: a point-based, unified model for multiple subjects and outfits that can turn a single, static 3D scan into an animatable avatar with natural pose-dependent clothing deformations.
15/04/2021 Check out our new papers to appear in CVPR 2021, both use CAPE data!
- SCALE: Modeling pose-dependent shapes of clothed humans explicitly with hundreds of articulated surface elements: the clothing deforms naturally even in the presence of topological change!
- SCANimate: creating an avatar with pose-dependent clothing deformation from raw scans without template surface registration!
07/07/2020 20 sequences of high quality raw scans for several subjects are available (upon request) now! Please first register on our website, and send us the signed consent form (available in the "Downloads" section once logged in) for raw scan data.
12/06/2020 CAPE dataset is released! Please register first to access the downloads.