A test using James George's RGBD Toolkit (rgbdtoolkit.com) of a yoga rehearsal featuring instructor Renee Sills (reneesills.com). Video shot with a Canon Rebel T3, depth with Xtion Pro. Yoga studio provided by Moksha Yoga NYC, at the invitation of Darren Hoffman and Tutti Dynamics (tuttidynamics.com). Check out their interactive learning app as it develops.
We needed to incorporate an openframeworks application in a Max / Jitter patch for a performance my friend was doing, and we found an incredible open source application called Syphon (http://syphon.v002.info/) which allows applications to "broadcast" to each other via a Server / Client relationship. The feed is taken directly from the graphics card with openGL rather than "capturing" the screen, so you can get a pretty great framerate. You can even composite the captured footage in Max with other effects (or vice versa). Here's a brief walkthrough of the workflow.
Using node.js, processing, and Spacebrew (http://spacebrew.cc) to remotely turn off and on a light switch connected via arduino to a power adapter. Thanks to Rockwell Labs (http://rockwelllabs.com) for releasing a tool that has a ton of potential and is a lot of fun to play with. Looking forward to this one.
This is a brief demonstration of how to hook the Leap Motion in to Ableton Live using Processing and OSCulator. I'm using Nick Fox Gieg's Leap to OSC to output the finger positions, and OSCulator to transmit those messages as MIDI to Ableton Live. You can download the OSCulator patch here: