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.