AudioBasics-D2D C++ Sample
Kinect for Windows 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.8
When you run this sample, you see the following:
- A real-time visualization of the audio signal strength displayed as a scrolling waveform.
- An arrow indicating the audio beam direction, which is the direction the sensor is best tuned for listening. The audio beam direction may take some time to update when the sound source direction changes because in noisy environments, constantly changing the listening direction to match the most recent loud sound can be computationally expensive.
A sound source direction indicator shown as a shaded semicircular bar under the audio beam indicator. This indicator displays both the direction of the most recent sound source, and the confidence the sensor has in the detection of the direction. Confidence in the direction can be very low in noisy environments, unless the foreground sound is much louder than the background noise.
The shading of the indicator is darkest in the direction of the most recent sound source. If there is low confidence in the direction, the shading will cover most of the indicator. If there is high confidence in the direction, the shading will cover only a small portion of the indicator.
|The Sample Uses the Following APIs||To Do This|
|NuiGetSensorCount function||Get the number of sensors that are ready for use.|
|NuiCreateSensorByIndex function and INuiSensor interface||Create an interface that represents a connected sensor.|
|INuiSensor::NuiStatus method||Check the sensor status to see if the sensor is connected.|
|INuiSensor::NuiInitialize method and NUI_INITIALIZE_FLAG_USES_COLOR constant||Initialize the sensor to stream out color data.|
|CreateEvent function||Create an event that will be signaled when color data is available by returning an event handle.|
|INuiSensor::NuiImageStreamOpen method, NUI_IMAGE_TYPE_COLOR constant, and NUI_IMAGE_RESOLUTION_640x480 constant, and the event handle||Open a color stream to receive color data.|
|INuiSensor::NuiImageStreamGetNextFrame method||Open a stream (with the event just created) for storing color data from the sensor.|
|INuiSensor::NuiImageStreamReleaseFrame method||Release each frame of color data after saving it.|
|INuiSensor::Release method||Release the sensor when you exit the application.|
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