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Re: [Tampa-Bay-Microcontrollers] Kinect Depth Sensor

From: Roberto G.
Sent on: Thursday, November 11, 2010 2:59 PM
I think that the Xbox CPU is receiving that pseudo-color video and
best matching it with an articulated 3D human model.
What can we do? We can put it on a robot, of course, and do obstacle detection.
I recently got a Minoru stereo webcam to experiment with OpenCV stereo
algorithms.
-Roberto

On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 2:35 PM, Jason Keene <[address removed]> wrote:
> I wonder what we could do w/ one of these?
>
> http://www.youtub...­
> http://en.wikiped...­
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>> The depth sensor consists of an infrared projector combined with a
>> monochrome CMOS sensor, and allows the Kinect sensor to see in 3D under any
>> ambient light conditions. The sensing range of the depth sensor is
>> adjustable, with the Kinect software capable of automatically calibrating
>> the sensor based on gameplay and the player's physical environment, such as
>> the presence of furniture.
>
> I wonder how much of the magic is running on the actual gaming machine.? I'd
> imagine that's where they do all the facial recognition/gestures­/image
> processing.
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Roberto

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