Microsoft Kinect Sensor Technology and its Methods

N. Anandakrishnan, S. Santhosh Baboo

Abstract


Kinect is a technology that is capable of motion tracking and sensing. Kinect plays a unique role in the study of identification. Its unique properties of being able to identify the objects are performed with a sensor. Kinect Sensors track objects based on the color and data. Kinect sensors have been developed overtime for tracking various actions and postures. Improvisations are inhibited within the technology based on identity, digitization, alpha channels, depth of color and sensors in Autism research. Major concepts in Kinect and their enhancements are surveyed in this paper.

Keywords: Kinect, sensor, tracking, color data, depth data


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