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Overview of AIST++

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The AIST++ Dance Motion Dataset is constructed from the AIST Dance Video DB. With multi-view videos, an elaborate pipeline is designed to estimate the camera parameters, 3D human keypoints and 3D human dance motion sequences:

With those annotations, AIST++ is designed to support tasks including:


The following paper describes AIST++ dataset in depth: from the data processing to detailed statistics about the data. If you use the AIST++ dataset in your work, please cite this article.

Ruilong Li*, Shan Yang*, David A. Ross, Angjoo Kanazawa.
Learn to Dance with AIST++: Music Conditioned 3D Dance Generation.
arXiv, 2021.
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      title={Learn to Dance with AIST++: Music Conditioned 3D Dance Generation}, 
      author={Ruilong Li and Shan Yang and David A. Ross and Angjoo Kanazawa},

Please also consider citing the original AIST Dance Video Database if you find our dataset useful. ([BibTex])

   author    = {Shuhei Tsuchida and Satoru Fukayama and Masahiro Hamasaki and Masataka Goto}, 
   title     = {AIST Dance Video Database: Multi-genre, Multi-dancer, and Multi-camera Database for Dance Information Processing}, 
   booktitle = {Proceedings of the 20th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, {ISMIR} 2019},
   address   = {Delft, Netherlands},
   pages     = {501--510},
   year      = 2019, 
   month     = nov

Dataset organization

The dataset is split into training/validation/testing sets in different ways serving for different purposes.

Table 1: Data Splits based on Subjects.

Train Validation Test
Images 6,420,059 508,234 3,179,722
Sequences 868 70 470
Subjects 20* 20* 10

Table 2: Data Splits based on Music-Choreography.

Train Validation Test
Seconds 13,963.6 187.6 187.6
Sequences 980 20 20
Choreographies 420 20 20
Music 50 10* 10*

*splits have shared data across this field.


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