Getting started with the Kinect for Windows SDK quickly with the Kinect Quickstarts
- Posted: Jun 17, 2011 at 9:30 AM
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The Kinect for Windows SDK Quickstarts are short, 6 to 17 minute, video and text based tutorials to help you get into Kinect coding quickly (funny that). Each one is focused on a specific area, from initially getting the SDK and setting up your development environment to digging in and writing feature specific code. If you like your quickstart in an offline mode, or just want the slide decks and source, please download the Kinect for Windows SDK Quickstarts samples and slides.
This video covers the basics of installing and using the Kinect sensor.
This video covers how to set up your development environment.
This video covers the basics of reading camera data from the Kinect sensor.
This video covers the basics of using depth data from Kinect.
This video covers the basics of skeletal tracking using the Kinect sensor.
This video covers the basics of reading audio data from the Kinect microphone array, a demo adapted from the built in audio recorder. The video also covers speech recognition using Kinect. For the built in example this was based on and the speech demo in C#, check out your "My Documents\Microsoft Research KinectSDK Samples\Audio" directory. You can download the the Visaul Basic examples here.
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