I'm trying to create a service which compares 2 human poses as a part of my main application. I managed to plot skeletons on the images using OpenPose. A detailed explanation of my question: I have 2 images of 2 different people. I ran those images through OpenPose to generate the output with the skeleton on it. Now I want to compare the two images. I want to know what basis I can choose for comparing the two images. By comparing, I mean figures so that I can calculate a threshold value. Also, if this can somehow be placed on a coordinate plane and I could get to know the coordinate units of the different body parts to draw out the differences, that would be great. I also want to calculate a score based on the similarity between the two poses but first I need to know the basis of comparison and then this can be figured out eventually.

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    $\begingroup$ I don't think this is an AI question. The same software that plots skeletons should be able to give you coordinates for all the points you need. You could then use something like the Euclidean distance as a similarity measure. But again, I don't think you need any form of AI to solve this problem. $\endgroup$ – Philip Raeisghasem Apr 20 at 19:16

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