Kinect Hacked To Support 3D Occlusions

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Some students at the École Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne in Switzerland have hacked two Kinect sensors to create a human tracking system that perfectly controls for occlussions in dark and light. Interestingly, it’s very much like the helmet tracking system I saw in Israel in August. Both track objects and people in real time but one costs $300 and the other one costs about $10,000 dollars.

Now they just need to militarize the Wii.

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