Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Lack of Updates

As anyone can see that has visited this there have been no updates for ages for no other reason than I got really busy.

Hopefully soon I will be able to pick up on some more Kinect fun but until then I will leave this here and hope it is still helpful.

Sunday, 26 February 2012

Tutorial 5: Skeletal Tracking

Time for some skeleton tracking.  I know it has been a while since the last tutorial so hopefully this will keep you going.

Friday, 24 February 2012

Tutorial Solutions

I have provided links for the Visual C# 2010 solutions for Tutorials 3 and 4.  Hopefully I will get time to finish writing the tutorial for Skeletal Tracking over the weekend and possibly begin the next tutorial.

I will upload the solutions for the future tutorials when they are published.

Sunday, 12 February 2012

Tutorial 4: Depth Stream

In the last installment we got the video stream which was pretty cool but now we are going to get the depth stream.  It looks pretty cool when you see the image so lets get started.

Wednesday, 8 February 2012

Converting Beta 2 to V1.0: RGB Video

I can imagine many of you suddenly found the V1.0 release for the Kinect SDK did not work with your code written for the Beta 2 version, I have started converting my code and thought I would share the key changes I have made.

Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Tutorial 3: Getting the Video Stream

The last tutorial was a bit boring, all we did was move the sensor up and down, this time we are going to get the RGB Video Stream from the Kinect Sensor and display it in our window.

Thursday, 2 February 2012

Tutorial 2: Moving The Kinect Sensor

Right time to take control of Kinect.  In this tutorial we are going to initialise the Kinect Sensor and then increase and decrease its elevation angle before adding some nice simple debugging tools that will be useful in future tutorials.