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AWS S3 Image Comparison with PHP or JavaScript

Up until now I've been using phasher class from PHP to compare images to one another, but recently I decided to host my files on Amazon's S3, and I just can't get that functionality to work for me anymore. I know that I could download the images down and compare them again using the phasher, but that would be too slow - I'm hoping to have to process streamlined.

Here's the scenario: John Smith has two images - same photo, but one is at lower quality:
http://iadb.co/populator/images.php?id=495

I'd like to be able to return a comparison match somehow, either with PHP or Javascript. Again, the images are not stored locally. Any suggestions would be highly appreciated. If it works and streamlines well I'll throw in a tip.

AWS S3 Image Comparison with PHP or JavaScript
Up until now I've been using phasher class from PHP to compare images to one another, but recently I decided to host my files on Amazon's S3, and I just can't get that functionality to work for me anymore. I know that I could download the images down and compare them again using the phasher, but that would be too slow - I'm hoping to have to process streamlined. Here's the scenario: John Smith has two images - same photo, but one is at lower quality: http://iadb.co/populator/images.php?id=495 I'd like to be able to return a comparison match somehow, either with PHP or Javascript. Again, the images are not stored locally. Any suggestions would be highly appreciated. If it works and streamlines well I'll throw in a tip. Edit: So imagine a list of 3 different images, I want to compare each image to another and return comparison index. I.e.: image 1 to image 2 (40% match), image 1 to image 3 (2% match), image 2 to image 3 (3% match) This way I could identify that image 1 and image 2 are similar.
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