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Kinect Gesture Detector is a handy and reliable development component designed to be used in Kinect gesture recognition applications.
It consists of a single DLL that comprises a series of functions that can be used to recognize various gestures.


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Version 2.0.5

Updated Dec. 23, 2010

Added 3 new gestures: Bow, Bend, and Shrug.

Improved ZigZag gesture recognition.

Added support for Thumbs up gesture.

Added support for Scratch gesture.

Added support for a greater number of gestures.

Reliability and stability improved.

Version 2.0.3

Updated Dec. 22, 2010

Added support for Voice and Thumb gestures.

Moved controls to allow gestures to be more accessible (e.g., use the mouse).

Version 2.0.2

Updated Oct. 28, 2010

Added support for three new gestures: Fist gesture, Frown gesture, and Pant gesture.

Improved stability of gesture recognition.

Improved performance.

Version 2.0.1

Updated Oct. 27, 2010

Added support for a new voice feature, which adds the ability to use the voice command to interact with the gestures.

Added support for a new Thumb gesture, which allows for a user to position a finger on a device’s screen (e.g., tablet), and the gesture is recognized as a finger gesture.

Added support for more gestures.

Improved stability of gesture recognition.

Improved performance.

Version 1.2.1

Updated Oct. 19, 2010

Improved stability of gesture recognition.

Improved reliability.

Version 1.2

Updated Oct. 19, 2010

Improved stability of gesture recognition.

Improved reliability.

Version 1.1

Updated Oct. 19, 2010

Improved stability of gesture recognition.

Improved reliability.

Version 1.0

Updated Oct. 19, 2010

Initial release.

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Kinect Gesture Detector Apps

For each of the apps below, there is a screenshot and URL link to the app’s web page that provides further information and links to documentation for the app.

Kinect Gesture Detector Screencaster Kinect Gesture Detector Screencaster is a lightweight Kinect SDK sample app

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Kinect Gesture Detector consists of a series of functions that can be used for most, if not all, of the gestures for your Kinect based applications.
It recognizes:

Full body gestures

Modifier gestures such as pause, fast forward and fast backward

Horizontal or vertical gestures

Finger gestures

You can use the PreDetectedPoint() function for many applications including gesture and character recognition and for user interface interaction. It also detects if an object is near the Kinect.

The function contains a parameter that lets you to specify which degree the gesture needs to be confirmed.

If the gesture needs a strong confirmation, the function will run for a longer time before returning to the calling application.

This would make the gesture recognizable, so you could differentiate between a gesture that is made by a person from a gesture made by an inanimate object, for example.

The functions let you use axis, angle and scale to display the orientation of the gesture.

These values can be used by another program that is connected to the Kinect for user interface interaction.

You can use the GetPointPosition() function to get the coordinates of a location of a gesture.

The coordinates are returned as an array of 3 floats.

The table shows the possible values for the variables returned by this function.











All the gestures in the Kinect Gesture Detector use a positive angle for rotations and a negative angle for angular changes.

If this angle is negative, your gesture is opposite to the direction of the angle.

The range of rotation is from zero to 360.

The function takes the value returned by the function GetPointPosition(). This value is in meters.

It will return a positive value for the x coordinate, a negative value for the y coordinate and a positive value for the z coordinate.

These are only possible values. If you are in a different coordinate space, you should first convert the coordinates to meter space.

The GetPointScale() function returns a value for the scale for the gesture.

This function returns a negative value for a gesture that is not in the same orientation as the axis.







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SDK 2.0

The SDK 2.0 was released on March 30th 2011. It runs on.NET Framework 4.0 and Windows 7(32bit). You must download and install Visual Studio 2010 (or later version) before building the SDK 2.0.

The source code was released on May 11th 2012 and is written in c#(net 3.5). However it contains a lot of unsupported codes and some of them are deprecated.

A.dll file is included in the Visual Studio Folder in the following location; C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0A\bin\.

The other files in the SDK 2.0 folder can be found under the following location; C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0A.

The SDK 2.0 runs under Windows 7(32bit) and Windows Vista(32bit) and above. You can download and install SDK 2.0 on both platforms.

You can download and install SDK 2.0 under Windows 7(x64bit) and above. You can download and install SDK 2.0 only under Windows 7(x64bit). If you want to install SDK 2.0 on Windows Vista, you can do it by yourself.

You can also download and install SDK 2.0 under Windows XP. As for now, I don’t know how to install the SDK 2.0 under Windows XP.

How to Install Kinect Gesture Detector

In order to install Kinect Gesture Detector, please follow the steps below:

Download and install Kinect Gesture Detector SDK 2.0 from the following location.


The second and the third file are the drivers that are needed to be installed on your PC.

After installing the Kinect Gesture Detector SDK 2.0, please open the SDK 2.0 folder in Visual Studio 2010 and build the Kinect Gesture Detector.

Build Kinect Gesture Detector

The Build Kinect Gesture Detector script must be firstly built. Please open the script located under the following location; C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0A\bin

Build the script by executing this command; C:\Program Files (x

What’s New in the Kinect Gesture Detector?

In this article I will show you how to detect the gestures associated with Kinect gestures using this class.

Learn how to build Kinect Windows Kinect gestures apps in this course. It’s a free course and will teach you how to create applications using Kinect Gesture Detection. In this course, you will learn:
– How to recognize gestures from your Kinect sensor,
– How to build gesture applications.
– How to understand the Kinect sensor.
– How to use the Kinect Gesture classes.
– To launch a Kinect gesture recognizer app.

This course is designed to help you learn how to recognize gestures using Kinect. It is easy to follow and you will learn step by step how to build Kinect gestures apps.

Following are the ways to get the Kinect Gesture classes for working in your application:

a. Download the source code from this course and add it to your Visual Studio project.
b. Download the latest version from the Microsoft website and install it into your computer. The file is called Microsoft Kinect Gesture Detection.

Kinect Gesture Recognition Projects:

Make sure that you run the installer or get the source code from the instructor. When you have the source code in a Visual Studio project and make sure that you add the Kinect Gesture classes to your projects. If you want to develop Kinect apps that contain multiple languages or include Linux and Windows, then you should add the Kinect Gesture classes to your projects.

The Kinect Gesture classes are loaded into the Kernel32.dll library to work with the Kinect gesture sensor. The Kinect Gesture classes are very simple to use and understand.

In this article, you will learn how to detect and recognize some gestures including

Intro to Kinect:

Have you ever heard about a new and exciting technology called Kinect?

Kinect is a recent technology that merges the power of computing with real time sensing capabilities. The Kinect sensor is a motion capturing device that is embedded into the Xbox 360 and it can be connected to your computer using the Kinect adapter.

The Kinect software development kit provides you with classes and functions that allow you to implement gesture recognition projects. In addition, you can use the Kinect sensor to detect various gestures such as gestures of joysticks, salute, wave, fist and more.

Kinect is used for games, home use such as video recording, and for security purposes. Kinect applications are now an essential element in home entertainment and a host of businesses are

System Requirements:

-Windows 10 or 8.1 Pro (64-bit)
-2GB RAM minimum
-DirectX® 11 and the latest drivers for your graphics card
-1080p video card
-2 GHz Processor
-1GB free HDD space
-Internet connection
-A headset with microphone for voice chat and text chat (Optional)
-Comfortable seat and a keyboard
Video controller
-HDMI cable (Optional)
-VGA Cable (Optional)
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