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Kinect Blocks

Kinect blocks is a project made by two students in the Emerging Themes class. Basicallly, its a 3D content editor for a uniform grid of textured blocks, although its more of a prototype than something ready for use in content creation.Technologies used:C/C++OpenNI frameworkWindowsVisual StudioOpenGLGLEWSOILTinyXML

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Kinect RGB Demo

Included in this post is a slightly modified version of the source code for Nicolas Burrus's RGB Demo 0.4.0 ready to compile in Visual Studio 2010 for a Windows machine. For more information about this demo, check out: http://nicolas.burrus.name/index.php/Research/KinectRgbDemoV4?from=Resea... .

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Remote 3D video generated by Kinect cameras at each site

Remote collaboration between two sites. 3D video is generated by one Kinect camera at each site. The software is a combination of Vrui, the Vrui collaboration infrastructure, a Kinect 3D video plug-in for the latter, and a Vrui-based viewer for Doom3 maps (the map shown here is mars_city1).

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3D video stream from 2 merged Kinect cameras

First test of merging the 3D video streams from two Kinect cameras into a single 3D reconstruction. The cameras were placed at an angle of about 90 degrees, aimed at the same spot in 3D space. The two cameras were calibrated internally using the method described in the previous video, and were calibrated externally (with respect to each other) using a flat checkerboard calibration pattern and manual measurements.

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World of Warcraft with Microsoft Kinect using FAAST and OpenNI

We are developing the Flexible Action and Articulated Skeleton Toolkit (FAAST), which is middleware to facilitate integration of full-body control with games and VR applications. FAAST currently supports the PrimeSensor and the Microsoft Kinect using the OpenNI framework. In this video, we show how FAAST can be used to control off-the-shelf video games such as World of Warcraft. Since these games would not normally support motion sensing devices, FAAST emulates keyboard input triggered by body posture and specific gestures.

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