December 6, 2010 AT 8:47 am

DANCE! Depth-sculpting strobe light using hacked Kinect 3D camera

Depth-sculpting strobe light using hacked Kinect 3D camera. Yummyfuture writes-

I’ve written a program that uses the Kinect 3D camera to take 3D snapshots which record the nearest object to the camera in each part of the image. By taking multiple 3D snapshots at different times and then merging them to show the closest object, I can create a 3D sculpture that you can walk through. This runs in real time, creating a fully interactive experience. Thanks to the OpenKinect team for hacking the Kinect and making this all possible. Music is Acid Milk by Gus Gus

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