With one Kinect motion-sensing camera, we can see part of our surroundings in 3D. With two, however, we can actually generate 3D models of our surroundings.
Aparently he did it with "several sets of normal stereocameras, or normal cameras joined together." Someone on youtube pointed this out and then he said "And I would have gotten away with it, too, if it weren't for you meddling kids!"
read all the comments the poster was being sarcastic when he said, "And I would have gotten away with it, too, if it weren't for you meddling kids!" the poster who commented, "several sets of normal stereocameras, or normal cameras joined together." was just stating this could be done with that setup but the poster of the video did use kinect to make the video. http://www.youtube.com/comm... look for users leakingposter and okreylos, the guy who made the video if your interested
Tried looking but coulnd't find, I'll take your word for it.
i think just shows that its mainly down to software improvements rather than just hardware... There are literally daily hacks and revamps emerging maybe MS could learn from this?
Sony patented some sort of multi camera system a few months ago...
so its like having eyes which i already do so problem solved
I bet that Eyetoy can do it better! lol!!
Keep those aglorithms percolating?
Kinect has HUGE potential. These hacks are just the tip of the iceberg...and these guys have no access to dev kits for it also! Now lets see some of these game devs step up and stop making games like JoyRide for crying out loud
It will have years of potential...
Eyetoy clone my ass!
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