Finally! After so much work we released the "New Tsukuba Stereo Dataset" at ICPR2012
This dataset contains 1800 stereo pairs with ground truth disparity maps, occlusion maps and discontinuity maps that will help to further develop the state of the art of stereo matching algorithms and evaluate its performance. It has been generated using photo-realistic computer graphics techniques and modeled after the original "head and lamp" stereo scene released by University of Tsukuba in 1997.
The dataset is a 1 minute video sequence and also contains the 3D position and orientation of the camera on each frame, so it also can be used to develop and evaluate camera tracking methods.
It can be downloaded freely from the CVLAB website