[# KINECT] Opinion: Using ZOOM glasses

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Good,

a few days ago I got the order of my glasses for the Kinect. If you don’t know what they are, as in the following image, you can see as a beautiful device aesthetically as the sensor Kinect, remains of the medieval era when you put a pair of glasses that "basically let you play with less space".

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While there are several models, I have bought one Made in China, and that the truth is that quite well work. I have a large room where we can play alone, but other very different scenario is my job. Specifications promise a reduction of 40% space, but in my case that in addition to playing the Kinect I use it to work, I have been able to draw the following conclusions:

  • Without glasses the skeleton is detected from 1.5 meters.
  • With glasses, the skeleton is detected from 1 mt.
  • Special routines we have created for the detection of gesture (wave, swipes, etc) are still functioning properly.
  • The camera image is that most affected already to change the lens, in the same mode is the framework that applies the lens.

The following images show the comparison with the original implementation of Merry Christmas I posted recently on this post and with the same application, but the focus of night and putting lens. Detection continues to function and the application gives the feeling of winning valuable meters for when there is no space.

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Greetings @ Home

The Bruno

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