Skeletal Tracking – OpenNI and Primesense

On January 16, 2011, in Kinect Dev, by Vlad Cazan

After finally installing bootcamp on my precious macbook pro, I have mannaged to get some OpenNI and Primesense applications working with the Kinect. Getting drivers to correctly install on the windows was a bit tricky but using a nice GUI provided by kinect-hacks.com made it much easier. You can find this file here. For those of you looking for source files, you can find them on their respective git repositories.

Latest unstable GitHub repositories located at:
https://github.com/OpenNI/OpenNI/tree/unstable
https://github.com/PrimeSense/Sensor/tree/unstable

After installing and connecting the Kinect to the PC I ran some really need user tracking samples. In order to calibrate the user, the user must do a specific pose. After calibrating is complete the user is tracked in over 30 different points as well as in 3d space.

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