Posts tagged kinect

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Night Bright, by Emily Gobeille & Theo Watson, is an interactive installation of nocturnal discovery where children use their bodies to light up the nighttime forest and discover the creatures that inhabit it. Listening to the creatures’ sounds children can locate them in the forest, as they play a nighttime game of hide and seek. Read more about the project here.

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Live Looping with Ableton and Xbox Kinect

A live performance by synaecide on June 1st @ Microsoft’s REMIX11 conference using a custom Kinect/Ableton/Max setup. More details on the Youtube page.

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KinectUsers: multi-use kinect app for interactive instalations. More Information at: patriciogonzalezvivo.com/​blog

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Kinect Hacking - The first 5 months…

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"Kinected Conference" [media.mit.edu] uses so-called "contextual bubbles" to display information about the speaker, such as the name, any shared documents, and the personal speaking time. In addition, the system is able to measure the position and distance between physical objects in real time, and dynamically changes the depth of field to only show the person who speaking in a sharp image.

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Augmented Dancing: Kinect Maps Video Onto a Moving Body. 

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KinectTouch turns any surface into a multi-touch surface using a Microsoft Kinect. Source code is on github

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The Evil Genius Simulator: Kinect-Controlled Tesla Coils.

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Turning life into a comic book. Comic Kinect by Maya Irvine, Ward Penney, Emily Schwartzman, and Mark Schuster mixes a Kinect with skeleton interaction detection to create an experience that detects, visualizes, and encourages two users physical contact with one another.

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Kinect Hacking: Installing OpenNI and OSCeleton on MacOS

A well-explained getting started guide for compiling and installing all of the various tools necessary to get Kinect data flowing through your Mac. via CreateDigitalMotion

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Getting Started with Kinect and Processing Tutorial by Daniel Shiffman

A wonderful introductory-level tutorial about using the Kinect and Processing.