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Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
Poor Man's Project Natal
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Poor Man's Project Natal

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  1. Cap Area .NET<br />June 23, 2009<br />Poor Man’s Project Natal<br />Frank La Vigne<br />Lead Designer<br />Applied Information Sciences<br />http://www.franksworld.com <br />@Tableteer<br />
  2. What is Project Natal?<br />
  3. Video Demo<br />You have to see this in action to believe it.<br />
  4. The Future?<br />
  5. Why Should We Care?<br />
  6. Going Beyond GUI<br />NUI<br />
  7. Commercial Successes<br />
  8. Multi Touch<br />Opportunities on the Horizon <br />Surface<br />
  9. Steven Spielberg Has a Budget<br />
  10. We Don’t<br />
  11. Their Hardware<br />
  12. Our Hardware<br />
  13. Deconstructing Project Natal<br />Facial Recognition<br />Speech <br />Recognition<br />Motion<br />Recognition<br />Image Scanning<br />
  14. Let’s Get Experimenting<br />
  15. WPF<br />Speech Recognition<br />Speech Synthesis<br />Touchless SDK<br />Motion Capture<br />Gesturing<br />Replicating Project Natal in .NET<br />
  16. Open Source<br />Free<br />Developed by MSFT employee in his “spare time”<br />Uses any web cam*<br />Does not share any code withProject Natal<br />http://www.codeplex.com/touchless<br />Touchless SDK<br />* Web cam must support DirectX<br />
  17. Computing a “FacePrint”<br />Distance between the eyes <br />Width of the nose <br />Depth of the eye sockets <br />The shape of the cheekbones <br />The length of the jaw line <br />Facial Recognition<br />As of today, there is no SDK for facial recognition in .NET,<br />But there’s plenty of academic research, white papers and <br />inspiration, so have a go hero. ;)<br />
  18. Johnny Lee’s Wii Remote Projects<br />
  19. Touchless SDK Demo<br />Exploring the Touchless SDK<br />
  20. Speech Demo<br />Interacting just with your voice<br />
  21. The desktop metaphor is a relic.<br />You don’t need expensive hardware to get started.<br />You don’t have to wait for Project Natal to get your feet wet.<br />Getting this to work in all environments may be the biggest challenge for Project Natal’s engineers.<br />Take Aways<br />

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