An Evaluation of Different Techniques for 3D Human Pose Estimation


An Evaluation of Different Techniques for 3D Human Pose Estimation – The purpose of this work is to evaluate three different 3D reconstruction methods based on 3D Human Pose Optimization (HRP) for 3D humanoid poses. For each technique, it has been well-considered in terms of a comparison between 3D human pose estimations. For the 3D human pose estimation technique we have analyzed three methods – a simple 2D reconstruction based on a 2D pose estimator, a very complex 2D Pose Optimization (POT) based reconstruction based on 3D human pose estimation and an approach that optimizes 3D pose using the latest advances from the 3D human pose optimization framework. The 3D pose estimation method is the first 3D human pose estimation method that utilizes a 3D human pose estimator.

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