Kinect Fusion Explorer Multi Static Cameras-WPF C# Sample
Kinect for Windows 1.8
This sample demonstrates how to integrate multiple static Kinect cameras into the same reconstruction volume, given user-defined transformations for each camera. A new third-person view and basic WPF graphics are provided to allow users to visually explore a reconstruction scene during setup and capture. To control the virtual camera, left-click and drag to rotate, right-click and drag to translate, and use the mouse wheel to zoom. The graphics show the reconstruction extent in green and individual camera frustums in yellow. Both the reconstruction volume origin and the WPF graphics origin are displayed as short red, green, and blue orthogonal axis lines that correspond to the x-, y-, and z-axes, respectively.
|This sample depends on the user inputting the correct transformations for each of the cameras, and assumes extrinsic knowledge of the cameras' relative orientations. It is possible to add a calibration step using an existing calibration library, such as the one available in OpenCV.|
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