Steve Clayton: 3D Projector + Kinect = MirageBlocks [Video]

Steve Clayton: 3D Projector + Kinect = MirageBlocks [Video]

A research project uses the Kinect to instantaneously digitize and represent objects in 3D.

Steve Clayton, Microsoft
  • 5 april 2011

The title of the post isn’t entirely accurate as MirageBlocks, a demo shown at Microsoft Research TechFest, has plenty of software smarts so it’s not quite as simple as duct taping together a 3D projector and Kinect sensor.

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