• A data folder, containing pre-processed data from both study sessions
  • Each session contains 11 tasks
  • We used an OptiTrack system with 20 cameras for full body tracking along with 37 markers on the suit used to derive 18 distinct body parts
  • The dataset contains the position and rotation in 3D for each body part as x,y and z
In addition to the sensor data for all files, we also added the
  • Repetition counter (“repetition”)
  • Task start time (“starttime”)
  • Task end time (“endtime”)
  • Task ID (“taskID”)
  • Participant ID (“userID),
  • Timestamp (“timestamp”)


For the complete dataset you need to download all 5 parts, put them into a folder and unzip.

Download the dataset parts here:

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5


Research to the dataset:

abdrabou2023muc.jpg Yasmeen Abdrabou, Lukas Mecke, Radiah Rivu, Sarah Prange, Quy Dat Nguyen, Vanessa Voigt, Florian Alt und Ken Pfeuffer. How Unique do we Move? Understanding the Human Body and Context Factors for User Identification. In Proceedings of the Conference on Mensch Und Computer. MuC '23. Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA. [Download Bibtex]