Hello everyone, my name is Gavin Gear, and I am going to be blogging regularly here on the Extreme Windows Blog. My background includes working on the Windows sensor team (see recent talks from BUILD HERE), and before Microsoft I graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Some of the things I enjoy include studio photography, video production, building PCs, writing apps, and inventing/fabricating/fixing. I look forward to bringing you stories where Windows powers extreme experiences, and to start I thought I’d do a quick Kinect for Windows project. Here we go!
Today's tutorial provides a great "How To" on the new Kinect Studio that was part of the Kinect v1.5 SDK release. If you've been wondering how to use the Kinect Studio you've got to read this post (it's not long, but should be more than enough to get you started!).
all those who develop applications with Kinect we know that heavier than this type of development is the way trial/error that you see facing. I.e., while the Kinect is a camera that detects people, each of the tests you want to do requires that you wear stand in front of the sensor and do the routine of the day. On occasions where things are not going so smooth as you would,
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