This article if part of a serie of “How to” create Apps with Azure Kinect DK. Yesterday I posted the first Part of this serie. Including:
- Connect and open our Device
- Configure our camera
- Start our camera
- Stop our camera
- Dispose our Device
Today I am excited to dig in the theory of the configuration of our camera. As you saw in first post we had the following configuration.
|APPLICATION WITH C API|
k4a_device_configuration_t config = K4A_DEVICE_CONFIG_INIT_DISABLE_ALL;
|APPLICATION WITH K4A NUGET PACKAGE|
DeviceConfiguration config = DeviceConfiguration.DisableAll;
But the thing is… what did we configurate in here?
“Camera Frames Per Second.”
FPS is used to measure frame rate – the number of consecutive full-screen images that are displayed…
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