Predicting movie ratings from audience behaviors
Navarathna, Rajitha, Lucey, Patrick J., Carr, Peter, Carter, Elizabeth Anne, Sridharan, Sridha, & Matthews, Iain (2014) Predicting movie ratings from audience behaviors. In Proceedings of the 2014 IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision (WACV 2014), IEEE, Steamboat Springs, CO, pp. 1058-1065.
We propose a method of representing audience behavior through facial and body motions from a single video stream, and use these features to predict the rating for feature-length movies. This is a very challenging problem as:
i) the movie viewing environment is dark and contains views of people at different scales and viewpoints;
ii) the duration of feature-length movies is long (80-120 mins) so tracking people uninterrupted for this length of time is still an unsolved problem, and;
iii) expressions and motions of audience members are subtle, short and sparse making labeling of activities unreliable.
To circumvent these issues, we use an infrared illuminated test-bed to obtain a visually uniform input. We then utilize motion-history features which capture the subtle movements of a person within a pre-defined volume, and then form a group representation of the audience by a histogram of pair-wise correlations over a small-window of time. Using this group representation, we learn our movie rating classifier from crowd-sourced ratings collected by rottentomatoes.com and show our prediction capability on audiences from 30 movies across 250 subjects (> 50 hrs).
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|Item Type:||Conference Paper|
|Keywords:||Forecasting, Video streaming, Target tracking, Body motions, Movie ratings, Group representation, Prediction capability, Unsolved problems|
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|Deposited On:||12 Aug 2014 03:14|
|Last Modified:||15 Aug 2014 17:09|
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