|CodePlex builds on the new Kinect SDK|
|Written by Harry Fairhead|
|Tuesday, 21 June 2011|
Although the official Microsoft SDK for Kinect is only a few days old Coding4Fun already has a Kinect Toolkit that adds some useful methods the basic SDK.
Although the official Microsoft SDK is only a few days old there are already signs that people have been hard at work creating code with it. Coding4Fun has a Kinect Toolkit that adds some useful methods the basic SDK. Interestingly these are available in both WPF and Windows Forms - is this another tiny indicator that Windows Forms is far from dead?
The extensions are:
None of these are deep or difficult, but very handy. and if you want to know how to do some of them from first principles see Getting started with Microsoft Kinect SDK.
If you are looking for some complete demo applications then try: Kinect Mouse Cursor. This lets you use your whole body as a "mouse" cursor.
A bigger demo is Kinect Paint and this lets you use your body to draw and sketch within a small paint application.
If you are looking for VB samples then try: KinectSDKSamplesVB.zip.
Original source: The Road to Know Where
|Last Updated ( Tuesday, 21 June 2011 )|