Computer Vision Gestures – Han Liu

Enjoy  Formula 1 racing! This CV project uses camera point tracking fuctions to simulate  a steering wheel and an acceleration pedal. The program tracks 3 points on a blank background:  the y value of the left and right points determine the direction — straight, left turn and right turn.  The y value of the middle…

Kyria Nelson – Computer Vision Gestures

So I’m kind of bad at technology? After several attempts to make this project using Colorpicker, I realized that it would be much easier with point-tracker. In class when we first went over computer vision, I had a dream that I could make a program where you could put on Michael Jackson’s single white glove…

Computer Vision – Finger Puppets!

Computer vision is always a fun thing to play around with. In max the use of the Open CV package really makes this much much much more easier to manage, since you then don’t have to think about the crazy implementation and doing kalman filters, and doing the right integrals on the data and so…

Catherine Roberts – Computer Vision Gestures

For this project, I was inspired by Daniel Rozin’s interactive mirrors. I liked how he used interesting mediums to create the silhouette of the person looking in the mirror. I decided my medium would be pixels  generated using the low resolution jit.pwindow object. The “mirror” is the built in camera on my laptop and uses…

Thai Dao – Computer Vision Gestures

My inspiration for this project was “Avatar: The Last Airbender”. I used the “grabhotspot” patch to detect movement at certain areas of the screen and corresponding animations will be played. The mechanics is simple with the help of “send” and “receive” objects. The animations wasn’t a trouble to make. My problem with this project came…

Computer Vision Gestures – Kailun Liu

My project is inspired by live performances, where the audiences’ reaction can influence the performer. I used the motion scrubber to achieve the effect that when you do nothing in front of the camera, the performer acts normally. But when you clap your hands fast, the performer will also increase the speed of her juggling.

Aidan Sensiba – Computer Vision Gestures

This project is somewhat of a mix between a basic piano and a theremin. I enjoy playing the piano as a hobby, and I wanted to incorporate that into my work through physical movement and audio. In this, there are five tones ascending a musical scale that can be played by moving the orange paper…

CV Gesture – Minh-Chau Doan

I made a Whack a Mole game using computer vision. This was done by modifying the hotspot patch by having the bangs send out signals which when received at the same time as the corresponding mole pop up (with top left motion matching with top left mole for example), a whacking sound would play and…

Moth Simulator (Saul Woolf’s Computer Vision Gestures)

I used computer vision to track an LED in my hand and follow it with a light on the screen. I thought it would be funny to have digital moths follow my digital light, so I modeled a single balls gravitational behavior to represent moth’s attraction to light. and duplicated it (each with random parameters)….

Computer Vision Gestures – the Cha Cha Slide

Taking inspiration from the middle school dances of yesteryear, I wanted to make an interactive Cha Cha Slide using the webcam, the individual sound effects from the track and also using stock glowing footage that could help visualize the sound whenever they were triggered.  I used the basic Hotspot template as a baseline and moved the…