Kinecursor v1.1.1 with Source Code

Kinecursor = Kinect + Cursor..


I’ve seen several Kinect projects about controlling the cursor.(I’ve found 4 posts[3 projects] of this on Channel9 Codin4Fun..)
And the same part of them is: using one hand to control the cursor and the other hand to perform mouse clicks.
I decided to make a better one. So I created Kinecursor, stands for Kinect + Cursor, which allows you to perform mouse left down/up(down+up=a click) by simply making a fist(It’s not exactly called a fist.. It’s like… a thumbs up..)


Source Code: https://github.com/TangoChen/Kinecursor


The hand gestures you should make:
Kinecursor-Gestures

Stand in front of Kinect sensor.
It’s working if your body turns red.
If half of your hand turns yellow. The Fist: False. Mouse Up.

If you extend your thumb leftward or rightward.. The Fist: True. Mouse Down.


Updates:
v1.1.1 Demo: Kinecursor v1.1.1 Demo.zip (555)
Track only one person.

v1.1 Demo: Kinecursor v1.1 Demo.zip (292)
Add Kinect for Windows support.

v1.0 Demo:Kinecursor v1.0 Demo.zip (1869)
Only work with Kinect for Windows 360.

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5 Responses to Kinecursor v1.1.1 with Source Code

  1. Your Examples always say kinect is not found , even if its on working. im developing kinect apps as well and after finish my dev for today , i thought i should browse channel 9 and test some examples. Yours does not work please have a look at it.

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  3. petar says:

    well done. still pretty beta, but very interesting

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