In this recipe, we are going to expand on the preceding recipe by showing the bounding box and the center of visual mass (COM) of a user. The bounding box of a user shows the size and location of a user in screen and, for any user, the center of the visual mass is the center of distribution of the pixels.
More precisely, its x position is equal to the average of all the users' pixels x position, and its y position is equal to the average of all the users' pixels y position.
Almost the same is true about its z position, which is equal to the average of all the depth values of users' pixels.
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