TechEd North America 2012

Coding4Fun: Build Fun, Cool, Commercial Applications Using the Kinect for Windows SDK

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Come to this must-see session to find out how you can use the Kinect for Windows SDK to build commercial applications! Learn how the RGB and depth cameras work, how to use and fine-tune skeletal tracking, how to read an audio stream from the Kinect microphone array and even how to send Kinect data over the network including to your Windows Phone!

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    The Discussion

    • robertoreto

      Where could I get the demos used during the presentation? Big Smile

    • Makitomakito

      hi Dan
      I followed the development of kinect since its launch. the previous version had the samples of microsoft project samples: KinectWpfViewers, and as I see in the video in this version you use too, but when I try to do (helloworldKinect) KinectSensorManager not recognize the reference, this reference refers to the class Microsoft.Samples.Kinect.wpfViewers.

      there is a new update Samples.Kinect.wpfViewers project? I have the previous version and does not recognize the reference KinectSensorManager

    • William​AGiraldoR

      Hello Dan, I agree With Makitomakito I can't find the KinectSensorManager Class!! Please leave a link of the Projects you used during your presentation, I'm really interested in the HoverButtons project.

    • MakitoMakito

      @glider: hi men, its a new version of WpfViwers, you have to install Kinect Developer Toolkit v1.5.1, and view code samples (Install Samples).

       

    • MakitoMakito

      Where could I get the demos used during the presentation?, specificly Skeletal tracking (detector like a mouse Xbox) circle when the canvas stay at icon. (animation icon)

    • Dan

      Hey folks, I've uploaded the samples to a zip, you can see it on the session details page, but it's also available as a direct link here - http://files.ch9.ms/coding4fun/dev330_samples.zip

      Hope this helps!

      -Dan

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