Isaiah Fleischer – Computer Vision Gestures

Computer Vision Gestures – Isaiah Fleischer For this project I was inspired by my discover weekly playlist on Spotify. Every now and then a song will come on that’s just so good you want to play along with it. You’ll find yourself doing air-guitar, jamming on a drum kit, or even playing a theremin! A…

Noah Hillman – Computer Vision Gestures

For my vision controlled gesture, I created a pong game where the user controls their “paddle” with their movement. For easier and more effective tracking I used the color tracking method although point tracking would have worked as well. Because the raw output of the color tracking was very jerky, I filtered and smoothed the…

Nick Sorensen – Computer Vision Gestures

For this project I took inspiration from the meme assignment. I used faceOSC to track the height of my mouth to determine when my mouth was open or not. This information was used to either play or stop a sound file using the playlist object. I had to experiment a bit to get the constant…

Adam Moran – Computer Vision Gestures

I’m going to say this right now. I’m a boring individual. I don’t have many activities that I’m passionate about, especially ones involving lots of movement (unless it’s pacing; I seem to like doing that). But I do like cats, including wild cats. When I saw that I can use Max to check for motion…

Jarod Romankiw – Computer Vision Gestures

For this project, I wanted to focus on a certain muscle in the body. I noticed that after spending a few hours on the computer, my neck would get sore. This is because I would stay in the same positionĀ and not stretch. I came up with a little game to try and help stretch my…