This tool visualizes body stereotypes by relating perceived 3D body shape to linguistic descriptions of body shape. This graphically reveals biases present among English speakers in the USA in 2016.
Shape variance components [?]
Visualization of the first 8 principal components of body shape (SMPL model). You can see how the word description changes. Each slider represents a range of (-2,2) standard deviations.
Word descriptors [?]Move the sliders below to edit the body using words. The range is (1,5) where 5 represents a high value of this word (e.g. to describe a very big body move the "big" slider all the way to the right)
Enforce word correlation
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