Google’s Move Mirror compares poses to images as you move

Google has launched Move Mirror, an AI experiment which matches your real-time movements to hundreds of images of people doing similar poses around the world.

“It feels like a magical mirror that reflects your moves with images of all kinds of human activity – from sports and dance to martial arts, acting, and beyond,” said Google.

“You can even capture the experience as a GIF and share it with your friends.”

The pose estimation is done using Tensorflow.js, a JavaScript library for machine learning developed by the Google Brain team – which can be run in your browser.

This means the pose estimation happens directly in the browser, and your images are not being stored or sent to a server.

Google has also published a full technical explanation of how it built the experiment in a blog post.

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Google’s Move Mirror compares poses to images as you move