We've seen some fun and sometimes funky homebrewed uses of Kinect for the Xbox 360, thanks to the release of open source drivers for Microsoft's camera sensor, but how many of those apps support house cats? This one does.
Body Dysmorphic Disorder from flight404 on Vimeo.
Kinect is a failure and Move is a failure.. that settles the console gimmick war..
wow i think it looks pretty badass. so it can recognize fingers? edit. these videos are amazing. the one w/ the cat is crazy
It's a camera. Cameras don't exclude fingers. The tracking and game applications are unable to detect fingers. This is not proof that Kinect can track fingers. It's proof that Kinect is a camera.
In case you haven't noticed, this application builds a full 3D model of the person based on a depth-computed normal map. It also allows you to change the lighting (because the blobby fat guy is in full 3D). A simple "camera" does not allow you to do this. Without depth information you can't build a 3D model.
biggest, did you even watch the videos? there's no way a normal camera can detect a body and then cause individual aspects of the body to be altered. it tracks the skeleton of the person and recreates the person in 3d.
The camera didn't do ANYTHING in there. It was all software. You do understand that cameras can see, right? Anything it can see can be altered by software. A camera alone does nothing more than capture an image. The software takes the captured image and recreates it.
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