Infrared Basics-D2D C++ Sample
Kinect for Windows 1.6, 1.7, 1.8
Demonstrates how to enable the depth camera to transmit invisible infrared light and displays a real-time image of the resulting Infrared Stream.
For more information about the code used in the sample, see Getting and Displaying Infrared Data in C#.
|The Sample Uses the Following APIs||To Do This|
|NuiGetSensorCount||Get the number of sensors that are ready for use.|
|NuiCreateSensorByIndex 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_INFRARED constant, NUI_IMAGE_RESOLUTION_640x480 constant, and the event handle||Open an infrared stream to receive infrared data.|
|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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