in the following video I show a Kinect v2 for Windows connected to a MacMini running Win8.1. A customized version of KinectV2OSC streams skeleton data to my networked MacBook. There a Vuo patch shows my hands position, and a blue square is triggered when hands distance is low.
The same VUO patch gets the same data from a Kinect v1 connected to the macbook, thanks to NiMate.
This way you can compare the two kinects: sounds that even with data coming from an external Windows, Kinect v2 data are anyway more reliable and with less latency.
Not exactly something hi-tech, but this is the result of the workshop held by Vincenzo Gioanola on the direct draw on film technique, i took part to. The film is the result of the work of all participants.
A sort of plugin to track skeleton movement in Vuo using NiMate to get data from the Kinect. References: Download patch Vuo.org Ni-mate.com
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