OpenPTrack is being used by UCLA REMAP’s Interpretive Media Laboratory (IMLab) to develop prototype interpretive exhibits for the Los Angeles State Historic Park Welcome Pavilion. More information about this deployment is available here. Please watch the short video about IMLab and the Welcome Pavilion below.
Whorl, an installation by Damon Seeley, Eitan Mendelowitz, and David Glicksman, is the first third-party interactive work created with OpenPTrack. It is installed as a demo at the UCLA Interpretive Media Laboratory‘s space in Downtown Los Angeles. Please watch the video below. Whorl from Eitan Mendelowitz on Vimeo.
UCLA REMAP is now testing OpenPTrack as a primary interface for body-based interaction with interpretive media content for the Welcome Pavilion at the new Los Angeles State Historic Park (LASHP). A full-sized mockup of the Pavilion (to be completed with the new Park in 2015) is installed at the nearby space […]
In September 2014, a prototype deployment of OpenPTrack was installed semi-permanently in UCLA Lab School’s Gregg G. Juárez Community Hall, using seven Kinect 1, one stereo camera pair, and two Mesa SwissRanger 4500 imagers. The installation will support the NSF-funded Science Through Technology Enhanced Play (STEP) project, creating a physically interactive educational […]
Initial support for custom stereo camera rigs has been added, with drivers for the Point Grey BlackFly ethernet-based cameras. Preliminary documentation can be found here; it is currently being wikified.