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OpenKinect Mouse Control Using Python 
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OpenKinect Mouse Control Using Python 
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License: Freeware
Downloads: 88
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OpenKinect Mouse Control Using Python  Description
Description: 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 Ubuntu
-OpenCV 2.1
-OpenCV 2.3
-Python 2.7.2
-A Microsoft Kinect
-A Microsoft Kinect USB Adapter
-PyGame
-Xlib for Python

To run this code you either need to start it in the terminal or you need to write a short bash script that runs the code. This is necessary because it requires super-user privileges.

The Bash script is (Assuming the code is saved by the name 'Hand Tracking.py' in /home/$USER directory:

#!bin/bash
cd 'home/$USER'
gksudo python 'Hand Tracking.py'

The code is heavily commented and most of what you will need to know is there.

License: Freeware

Related: 3d, Computer, computer vision, depth, hand tracking, kinect, Mouse, opencv, openkinect, Python, Tracking, Vision

O/S:Windows

Downloads: 88



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