Sunday, January 29, 2012
Monday, November 21, 2011
While the last experiment had a somewhat constant thickness for the line drawing, in this experiment the line is less constant in its thickness. I've changed the settings for the response time of the line, while 0.1 leaves the line to react in a later time, this experiment is set to 1 and reacts right away to any blob it detects and sometimes create large triangular shapes. At the start, after the waiting, I do a simple tutting position in which it creates a large triangle between the two arms.
The graphic style as a vector is different for both the thin constant and large random thickness lines. While the former graphical style seems much sophisticated and the user may see the direct corrolation with his/her arm movement to the line. The latter creates a much abstract rendering of our movement. Either line is much more interesting when the user is able to see it as a 3D object. In which it becomes an enlightment stage of the object being directly related spatially to their body movements.
Posted by crzikrn at 9:26 PM
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Trying out a vector graphic style drawn in 3D space. By erasing one of the vertex points created for the 3d line, it creates a vector line object. The disadvantage to this is that, the drawing looks seemingly flat without the 3d rotation tool to work. But when implementing the 3d rotation by detecting 2 blobs, most users got confused or had difficulty controlling it. There seems to be a different space to realize drawing versus controlling the object with 2 hand blobs, but most users do not realize it for they only watch the line drawing.
The other alternative is to increase the minimum detecting size of the blob so a full human body maybe detected. So one person in front of the system draws lines, while participation of two people controls the rotating of the object in 3D space. In this video the camera detects smaller blobs, so the object rotates even with one person.
Using: Memo Atkens kinect3Ddraw demo, open Frameworks, kinect
Posted by crzikrn at 4:10 AM
Sunday, October 30, 2011
Somewhat a vision of what I want. As the user is a blob let it be covered by a symbolic shape with varying colors dependent on the size of, or the distance of the blob to the camera. Then the Trail itself is the dependent on the colors to control it's size in thickness. The peaks it reaches should display the creative emotion of the user.
Posted by crzikrn at 10:30 PM