InteractionGallery-WPF C# Sample
Kinect for Windows 1.6, 1.7, 1.8
When you run this sample, you see the following:
- A slideshow starts slowly scrolling through various images.
- When you stand in front of the sensor and are recognized, a silhouette (semi-transparent body shape) is rendered over the background.
- When you then raise your hand you should see a button that instructs you to press it.
- You also see a hand-shaped cursor, which indicates the position of the hand pointer and indicates the primary hand's location and action during grip and press interactions.
- Once you press the button, the slideshow stops and you are shown a set of interactive controls, variously containing video, images, or text.
- You may then interact with the controls. Pressing on a control representing an application page will navigate to that page and display the contents of the page in full screen. Each page will contain other interactive controls that allow going back to home screen, opening/closing a picture viewer, playing/pausing a video or scrolling the page contents.
Note that this sample does not call the APIs directly, but uses all of the WPF controls provided by the Microsoft.Kinect.Toolkit.Controls DLL.
Dismissal of the application slideshow page via mouse interaction is provided only as a convenience to developers to facilitate exploration of the sample application. We recommend that deployed applications DO NOT use mouse movement as a proxy for user engagement.
Behavior is not well defined if a user tries to interact via Kinect-detected hand movements at the same time as someone is using a mouse to interact.
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