Monthly Archives: March 2014

New Kinect for Windows SDK library for Processing ready

The updated library is now ready. Please download at my research page. The source is also updated at the corresponding Github page.  

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Updated release of the PKinect library

Finally, I updated the original PKinect Processing library for the Microsoft Kinect camera with the latest Kinect for Windows SDK 1.8 and built with Java JRE 1.7 update 51. It was tested in the latest Processing version 2.1.1. The testing library can be temporarily downloaded here. Place the code folder into your Processing sketch folder. […]

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HTML5 Canvas Animation Test

This is another JavaScript test with the HTML5 Canvas in a blog post. It recreates the bouncing ball exercise.  

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Movement in Void – A Tribute to TV Buddha

Here is the new documentation video of my last interactive project, Movement in Void – A Tribute to TV Buddha.  

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OpenCV Features2D in Processing

The following Processing codes demonstrate the use of the OpenCV Features2D to detect key points from the webcam image. It is the first part of a more complex task to identify 3D motion from a 2D image.  

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People Detection in Processing with OpenCV

This is the original OpenCV people detection example ported to Processing with the Java library of OpenCV 2.4.8. It can achieve more than 20 frames per second. Here is a sample test snapshot.    

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