Author Archives : Jared Stein


OpenPTrack installed at UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television

UCLA REMAP is testing OpenPTrack in the Department of Film, Television and Digital Media‘s Television Studio #3, using (3) Kinect v2 and (3) Shuttle i7 computers. This is the first installation of OpenPTrack at UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television (TFT). Students in TFT’s Interpretive Digital Media (IDM) concentration will be using this system […]


Prototype Deployment – Indiana University

Dr. Joshua Danish and the Learning Sciences program at Indiana University are now using OpenPTrack to develop Cyberlearning tools with elementary school students at a Bloomington area school. The Indiana installation is supporting a thread of the NSF-funded Science Through Technology Enhanced Play (STEP) project, led by Dr. Noel Enyedy of the UCLA Graduate School of […]


Prototype Deployment – Interpretive Media Laboratory

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 of the Interpretive Media Laboratory […]

Welcome Pavilion mockup

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Prototype Deployment – UCLA Lab School

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 space for embodied play. STEP […]