Welcome to the part two of this series of posts i will be writing about Azure Kinect. This post is special because yesterday Microsoft launched Azure Kinect Sensor SDK 1.2 update. It includes support for C#, color exposure get & set API fixes, public availability of C++ playback API, and firmware updates for improved USB compatibility.
Before we start programming this part of our tutorial. I will first update the code I did in my previews post in which i used the NuGet package: https://www.nuget.org/packages/K4AdotNet developed by Andrey Bibichev. We started by following some of the basic steps described in this image.
|Code using the package K4AdotNet
1 . Open VStudio
2 . File > New WPF App .net Application
3. Select the Project > Properties > Build and make sure option “Prefer 32-bit” is disabled
4 . Manage Nuget Package
5 . Browse > Type and select:…
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