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PyPong demo: a webcam gesture-based game [ID:1813] (1/1)

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A demonstration of a webcam gesture-based game like Pong(R). Note that scoring and sound effects have been left uncoded to attract Python developers to download and modify the code from http://openallureds.org and to join http://bit.ly/openalluregg the Google group for the Open Allure project. Other project videos are available at http://bit.ly/openallure -- Enjoy!

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Cool... but I would have been interested in the technical details. Will check out the code.


can be good for handicapped persons!


6. John Wentworth Sun, 25 Jul 2010 21:45

Way cool. I just decided to start a similar project, and did a google search to see how much open source code I'll be able to use for it. Yours was one of the first projects to come up. Thanks in advance for however much of your code I use!


Hi John, I'm late commenting on this video - I watched it ages back. Nice job, I'm going to have a go with the demo. I was playing with openCV recently for my Headroid1 face-tracking robot: http://ianozsvald.com/2010/05/21/headroid1-a-face-tracking-robot-head/

Cheers,

Ian.


somplesmente fantastico


3. JeffDennison Sat, 13 Mar 2010 09:15

I just wasnt sure of the capabilities of this program you all feed me and I ll feed you it will be like this nest of alien feeding untill we are surrounded in a plasma of some sort and from there evolution is orbical. (orbs energy spheres)

You are the best more more more! I love this site.


very cool - played around with this sort of thing back in the day - we'd have been bowled over to think a Python program could handle this in real time.


All the code for this project is open source and available at http://openallureds.org -- see you there!


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