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Unity Extension for Sensing People in Spaces

Discussion in 'Made With Unity' started by obviousjim, Nov 25, 2010.

  1. obviousjim

    obviousjim

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    Hello,

    I've put together code and an example of how to use Unity3d with the open source video tracker OpenTSPS (made with http://openFrameworks.cc ).

    OpenTSPS can be downloaded here : http://www.opentsps.com

    The Unity3d extension is on my github: https://github.com/obviousjim/OpenTSPS_Unity3d_Extension

    The easiest way to get started is to just download the .unitypackage included in that repository.

    I also put a walk through online:
    http://vimeo.com/17177478

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    It's still a prototype with a lot of features that could be added on the Unity side. Any comments, contributions, or critique is encouraged.

    Thanks everyone,
     
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  2. KITT

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    Thanks for sharing. The video is precise &informative. Will try this out when I am at my computer.

    Thanks again.
     
  3. Vectrex

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    That's neat. This could be used for simple translational headtracking.
    btw you can set unity to always update even if it's not focused. Edit->Project settings->Player->Resolution and presentation->Run in background
     
  4. V_Software

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    Seems to be a really interessting thing, maybe I'll look into it one of the next Days.
     
  5. J450N

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    VERY cool!
    Seems like this could be very useful for augmented reality apps or those playing around with Kinect integration.
     
  6. markis

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    wow nice work. it would be usefull for me.
     
  7. kosmopol

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    Now this is very original project! Actually, it opens pretty many possibilities. Like real-time interactions, actors as game characters and even theater in Unity.
    One of the most fascinating projects with Unity I've seen.
     
  8. empea_mARc

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  9. okimoki

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    AWESOME.. so, instead of tracking people one could track markers on the table? i guess so :)
    AWESOME!!!!
     
  10. wimeck

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    Wow, excellent work!
     
  11. obviousjim

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    @okimoki. Absolutely! TSPS is designed for sensing people in environments, but really it works in any case where a video scene has high enough contrast for background-subtraction blob detection to work. So tracking markers on a table would definitely work.

    But, there actually is a really neat project developed more specifically for using markers / touch tables with Unity. it's called uniTUIO and is based on the TUIO specification:

    Check it out:
    http://xtuio.com/index.php/projectsmain/utuiomain
     
  12. kingrat

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    Am I right in saying the programs needed are not available on windows