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2 track kinect@Bicocca - hardware e funzinamento


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2 track kinect@Bicocca - hardware e funzinamento

  1. 1. Ing. Matteo Valoriani matteo.valoriani@studentpartner.comKINECT Programming
  2. 2. KINECT SENSORS IR Emitter Color Sensor IR Depth Sensor Tilt Motor• Depth resolution: 640x480 px• RGB resolution: 1600x1200 px Microphone Array• 60 FPS KINECT Programming
  3. 3. KINECT SENSORS (2) KINECT Programming
  4. 4. KINECT SENSORS (3)Color Sensor IR Depth Sensor IR Emitter KINECT Programming
  5. 5. RESOLUTIONS• Color • 12 FPS: 1280X960 RGB • 15 FPS: Raw YUV 640x480 • 30 FPS: 640x480• Depth • 30 FPS: 80x60, 320x240, 640x480 KINECT Programming
  6. 6. Microsoft Kinect SDK vs PrimeSense OpenNI• support for audio • only calculates positions for the joints, not• support for motor/tilt rotations• full body tracking: • no gesture recognition system • does not need a calibration pose • no support for others devices • includes head, hands, feet, clavicles • only supports Win7/8 (x86 & x64) • seems to deal better with occluded • no built in support for record/playback to joints disk• supports multiple sensors • SDK does not have events for when new• single installer user enters frame, leaves frame etc• dedicated Runtime for client• SDK has events for when a new Video or new Depth frame is available KINECT Programming
  7. 7. Microsoft Kinect SDK vs PrimeSense OpenNIPros Cons• includes a framework for hand tracking • no support for audio• includes a framework for hand gesture recognition • no support for motor/tilt (although you can• can automatically align the depth image stream to simultaneously use the CL-NUI motor drivers) the color image • lacks rotations for the head, hands, feet, clavicles• also calculates rotations for the joints • needs a calibration pose to start tracking (although• support for hands only mode it can be saved/loaded to/from disk for reuse)• also supports the Primesense and the ASUS WAVI • occluded joints are not estimated Xtion sensors • supports multiple sensors although setup and• supports Windows (including Vista&XP), Linux and enumeration is a bit quirky Mac OSX • three separate installers and a NITE license string• support for record/playback to/from disk (although the process can be automated with my• SDK has events for when new User enters frame, auto driver installer) leaves frame etc • SDK does not have events for when new Video or new Depth frames is available KINECT Programming
  8. 8. KINECT Programming
  9. 9. GET STARTED• • Order Kinect Hardware • Download Kinect SDK KINECT Programming
  10. 10. RESOURCES• Install Kinect Explorer • KinectWpfViewers• Coding4Fun Toolkit • Skeletal scaling KINECT Programming
  11. 11. KINECT Programming
  12. 12. KINECT API BASICS• Manage Kinect state • Connected • Enable Color, Depth, Skeleton • Start Kinect• Get Data • Events – AllFramesReady • Polling – OpenNextFrame KINECT Programming
  13. 13. The Kinect Stack App KINECT Programming
  14. 14. System Data Flow Skeletal Tracking Depth Human Body Part Skeleton Segmentation App Processing Finding Classification Model Identity Not available Facial Color/Skeleton Recognition User Identified App Match Speech PipelineMultichannel Sound Noise Speech Echo Position App Suppression DetectionCancellation Tracking KINECT Programming
  15. 15. KINECT Programming
  16. 16. private KinectSensor _Kinect;public MainWindow() { InitializeComponent(); this.Loaded += (s, e) => { DiscoverKinectSensor(); }; this.Unloaded += (s, e) => { this.Kinect = null; }; this.Kinect = KinectSensor.KinectSensors.FirstOrDefault(x => x.Status == KinectStatus.Connected); }private void DiscoverKinectSensor() { KinectSensor.KinectSensors.StatusChanged += KinectSensors_StatusChanged; this.Kinect = KinectSensor.KinectSensors.FirstOrDefault(x => x.Status == KinectStatus.Connected); } KINECT Programming
  17. 17. private void KinectSensors_StatusChanged(object sender, StatusChangedEventArgs e) { switch(e.Status) { case KinectStatus.Connected: if(this.Kinect == null) { this.Kinect = e.Sensor; } break; case KinectStatus.Disconnected: if(this.Kinect == e.Sensor) { this.Kinect = null; this.Kinect = KinectSensor.KinectSensors .FirstOrDefault(x => x.Status == KinectStatus.Connected); if(this.Kinect == null){ //Notify the user that the sensor is disconnected } } break; //Handle all other statuses according to needs } } KINECT Programming
  18. 18. public KinectSensor Kinect { get { return this._Kinect; } set { if(this._Kinect != value) { if(this._Kinect != null) { //Uninitialize this._Kinect = null; } if(value != null && value.Status == KinectStatus.Connected) { this._Kinect = value; //Initialize } } } } KINECT Programming
  19. 19. KinectStatus VALUESKinectStatus What it meansUndefined The status of the attached device cannot be determined.Connected The device is attached and is capable of producing data from its streams.DeviceNotGenuine The attached device is not an authentic Kinect sensor.Disconnected The USB connection with the device has been broken.Error Communication with the device produces errors.Error Initializing The device is attached to the computer, and is going through the process of connecting.InsufficientBandwidth Kinect cannot initialize, because the USB connector does not have the necessary bandwidth required to operate the device.NotPowered Kinect is not fully powered. The power provided by a USB connection is not sufficient to power the Kinect hardware. An additional power adapter is required.NotReady Kinect is attached, but is yet to enter the Connected state. KINECT Programming
  20. 20. Tiltprivate void setAngle(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e){ if (Kinect != null) { Kinect.ElevationAngle = (Int32)slider1.Value; } }<Slider Height="33" HorizontalAlignment="Left"Margin="0,278,0,0" Name="slider1" VerticalAlignment="Top"Width="308" SmallChange="1 IsSnapToTickEnabled="True" /><Button Content="OK" Height="29" HorizontalAlignment="Left"Margin="396,278,0,0" Name="button1" VerticalAlignment="Top"Width="102" Click="setAngle" /> KINECT Programming