Some days I spend more time staring pointlessly at the contents of my Steam library than actually playing the games I’ve got.
Martha Stewart looking at 3D Printers at CES 2014. But all I could focus on was “Did that girl just curtsy to Martha Stewart at 0:21 ?!?” So funny. Why don’t you 3D print this Martha?!? P.S. I actually like Martha Stewart. P.P.S. Except her “TV voice.”
I truly wish LinkedIn had a feature whereby you could filter out any status update that has more than 100 likes or 100 comments (or both) because you know that any status update that popular is either bashing the sitting president, asking you to solve a math problem, or trying to get likes so Jesus… Craving to read the rest of “LinkedIn Feature Request?” Click the link!
Just got around to upgrading the last GPU in the BabyBlue. Thinking I should get a new nameplate cut for the front of the case and name it “Crick” — reference to Waton’s partner. Even though Watson the supercomputer is in reference to Sherlock. It works for me… shut up!
Working on my Kinect eye tracking prototype I’ve figured out how to do multiple independent viewers, roughly determine age, gender (with some certainty), clothing, gaze direction and whether the viewer has previously looked at the screen. I think this could easily be used in an advertising context, in a shopping mall, or at a conference,… Continue reading the rest of this post
Start some very early prototype work on eye tracking and gaze detection with the Kinect. I first detect the viewer’s face, then I detect the angle of the face, then I do a separate image recognition pass on the eyes. The resolution of the Kinect camera is kind of bad (okay, it’s terrible), but… Click here to continue reading the rest of “Kinect Eye Tracking Prototype.”
As you can see, I’ve managed to get a quick little prototype up and running on my new Windows Kinect. It tracks the direction your looking using some pretty simple facial tracking. Source code can be downloaded here. Be advised that this is a really quick prototype and the source code is ugly. I’ll move… Yearning to read the remainder of “Kinect Facial Tracking Prototype?” Click this!
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