|Reference||Czech Sign Language Corpus for Recognition – Professional Signer|
|Date of Submission||Jan. 24, 2014, 4:32 p.m.|
|Resource Type||Primary Text|
|Language||Czech Sign Language|
This database comprises 378 signs from Czech sign language as performed by 4 everyday sign-language users (4 women, 2 of them deaf). 5 repetitions of each sign were recorded from 3 different views. The first is a frontal view of the upper part of the body. The second one is similar, but with the camera placed about one meter higher than the first one so as to produce a frontal top-view and thus allowing to detect 3D information. The last view is a frontal-detail view of the speaker's face, thus allowing lip-reading.
The data contain 21000 avi files (one per sign performance), using up 20 GB of disk space, and are stored on DVDs.