I am looking for an ANDROID app that will read vales from a Microsoft Kinect (connected via USB) and then use those readings to map a sequence of graphics.
LINUX Support may also be acceptable.
To clarify...I would like a program to run on a RaspberryPI (w/ ANDROID OS or LINUX embedded) to take values from a KINECT Sensor (VIA USB) and apply them in order to map a series of simple graphics (We have the graphics) on the attached display.
Only the most basic data needed for this, what is needed is the number of persons in view (for the KINECT should be able to track unlimited "bodies" in sight) and distance to the closest person. Then apply those positions to a graphic "HUD" overlay. I will store these graphics on the loaded SD card.
The program will need to run constantly until powered down and must boot upon power up of the "RasPI". The graphics must "loop" until the sensor streams the required data.
This should be all, if you have any other questions please PM me.
Audio files will be used as well (and stored on the SD).
The files will need to be called and sync'd with the graphics.
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Hi We have read your requirements. We are interested in your project as we have indepth expertise in android app development. Please check private message board for details.
Does the comment about Linux mean you would accept a Linux application as opposed to an Android one? I have done some Kinect programming on Linux via the Python API.