This project uses Kinect Camera and Simple OpenNI with processing.
In front of the camera is me dancing(I wish I were a better dancer), and my movement is tracked and translated into this leggy figure on the screen, who dances, changes color, grows a cat head and smokes cigi.
For Drupal themers out there who have to battle with IE, here is a way to set up a working environment in Acquia Dev so that I can test my local site on Windows machines. Thanks to @ivan and @murray.
I develop on a Mac, Acquia Drupal takes port 8082 by default(this may vary based on your settings), and when I set up multisite, the url of the new sites goes like http://drupal.local: 8082. When I try to access this site on a Windows machine using the default 192.168.1.10:8082 , it goes to the Acquia Drupal default installation(on the Mac this corresponds to http://localhost:8082).
To make it work, firstly you need to allow access to your Acquia Dev server, then you need to set up IP on your windows machine. Here is a step-by-step guide:
Face-to-face test with users are not always possible in UX design, that’s why online testing, or gorilla testing, can sometimes be quite beneficial. Recently I have tried a new tool on online usability testing tool: fivesecondtest. Here is how it works: