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This is a simple code that uses the Kinect in order to simulate the mouse on the screen. In order for this code to work you must have a Linux machine, the freenect module from OpenKinect, NumPy, and Xlib. The last three can be downloaded and installed by running sudo apt-get install {PROGRAM NAME HERE}. Freenect needs to be downloaded and installed for python using the terminal and there are good instructions here how to do it...



The file includes mexfunction code calling "Kinect for Windows SDK" to receive depth data and color image from Kinect and a Matlab code to reshape the information matries. Please see the Readme.txt for usage.



A guide introducing how to compile Mex-file using Kinect SDK and there is also a toy example based on Kinect SDK, which is called "record".



This is a simple code that lets a user control the mouse and left-click using the Microsoft Kinect, Python, and OpenKinect.

Computer Prerequisites:
-OpenKinect
-Python Wrapper for OpenKinect
-A Linux machine using...



Files are:

streamMe: To get and display the images (RGB and Depth) from Kinect.

snapshotMe: To get a snapshot (RGB and Depth) and save them on the local folder as 'rgb.png' and 'depth.png'.

videoMe: To get and save...



This zip-file contains c++ wrapper functions for the Microsoft Kinect, Microsoft SDK Beta2 library.

To compile the code to mex-files use the Microsoft Visual Studiod-deOC¦ (Express), and install Beta2 library:
-...



This is an addition to D. Kroon's OpenNI/NITE wrapper for interfacing with Kinect.

e.g. use:

XYZ = rand(10, 3);
xy = mxNiRealWorld2Pixel(KinectHandles, XYZ);



This zip-file contains c++ wrapper functions for the Microsoft Kinect, OpenNI libary.

To compile the code to mex-files use the Microsoft Visual Studio (Express) or MacOS/Linux Gcc C++ compiler and install:
- Unstable OpenNI...



This demo requires you to be using a Linux machine and to have libfreenect installed with the python wrapper. This demo also requires you to have opencv, numpy, and pygame. They can all be installed using sudo apt-get install {PROGRAM NAME HERE}....



This zip-file provides a matlab interface for the NITE PointViewer example, with some c++ wrapper functions written for the Microfost Kinect, OpenNI and NITE library.

The work is based on Dirk-Jan Kroon's...



KinectA is an application for motion tracking via Kinect Sensor a€“ including hand, skeleton and object tracking. This software has been developed for the needs of media artists and designers. It provides a clearly arranged interface...



Ever wanted to use a Wii Remote, pheraps a Multitouch surface or the Microsoft Kinect to control your application/game even if web based? If so, then MonoMIG (Multi Input Gateway) is what you are looking for!




This function creates a structured mesh out of ordered vertices.
It's useful for dealing with depth maps and treating them as meshes. Kinect or ToF cameras would be an option. gen_structured_mesh is a C mex file doing the actual...



Depth cameras give a 3D distance measurement for each image pixel. These sensors are increasingly popular in Engineering applications such as automation, manufacturing, structural surveys, robotics, computer vision, 3D markerless motion capture...