Google is showing off its new artificial intelligence (AI) experiment called ‘Move Mirror.’ Move Mirror lets users look through a variety of pictures simply by moving around.
The new AI experiment uses the front-facing webcam and Google’s Move Mirror AI to match real-time movement to thousands of images of people doing similar poses.
Google even lets users create a GIF of the Move Mirror AI and share it with their friends.
Google says that it’s using Move Mirror to show how computer vision techniques like pose estimation — which can detect key body joints in a video or image — can be available to anyone using a computer with a webcam.
The search conglomerate also wants to make machine learning more accessible to coders, by giving them access to pose estimation in a browser.
Move Mirror takes information from the camera feed and puts it against a database of more than 80,000 images to find the best match.
Try out Move Mirror here.
Source: Google Blog