By the same time I did my portfolio I also did another experiment that’s in this post. A few days ago I saw the KinectoPhone project and thought it would be cool to adapt it to another project I was developing with Francisco Campelo. This project allows a desktop application using Kinect to communicate with another application on the Windows Phone 7 synching its state between the two apps by communicating through a server.
I changed a bit the network code and plugged in with other code I had done for the particles and here’s the result:
The red particles on the big screen are from Kinect’s skeleton and the blue particles are sent from the WP7 through touch screen input. On the WP7 screen, the blue particles are from Kinect’s skeleton and the red/white ones from the user’s input.
This could get many improvements, network and feature wise but I’ll leave that to some other time. I have many ideas but the time is short so I’ll be moving to another one soon.
- My parents for helping me out testing and recording the video.
- Anabela Faria for the video editing.
- Francisco Campelo for the original idea which led me to the Kinect version.