Dual Azure Kinect Samples

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Note: Sample videos captured by two MS Kinect 2 depth sensors can be found here: Sample Video and Project (two depth sensors).

Here you can find sample videos and projects captured by two Azure Kinect depth sensors in two configurations (180-degrees and 90-degrees) and two modes (NFOV — narrow view and WFOV — wide view).

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180-degrees Configuration

NFOV mode

Light Marker Calibration

Sample calibration video file and appropriate iPiCalib project which is result of processing in iPi Mocap Studio:

     iPiVideoIcon-128.png   ↓ Download video file ↓
dual-k4a-180-nfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiVideo
411 MByte
    
 
iPiCalibIcon-128.png   ↓ Download calibration file ↓
dual-k4a-180-nfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiCalib
191 KByte

How to use:

  • Download and install iPi Mocap Studio.
  • Download both above files and put them all in one and the same folder on your hard drive.
  • Run iPi Mocap Studio, click Open button or press Ctrl+O and select dual-k4a-180-nfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiCalib file downloaded on the previous step.
  • Now you can "play" with resulting calibration data in iPi Mocap Studio.
  • If you want to try to process source video file by yourself then:
    • click New button or press Ctrl+N;
    • select dual-k4a-180-nfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiVideo file downloaded before;
    • choose Calibration project type;
    • switch to Calibration tab and push Calibrate Based on Light Marker button;
    • after calibration is performed, hide background using View > Hide Background menu item and turn on View > Show Depth from All Sensors item;
    • now you can visually check the quality of the resulted point cloud.

Board Calibration

Sample calibration video file and appropriate iPiCalib project which is result of processing in iPi Mocap Studio:

     iPiVideoIcon-128.png   ↓ Download video file ↓
dual-k4a-180-nfov-calibration-board.iPiVideo
503 MByte
    
 
iPiCalibIcon-128.png   ↓ Download calibration file ↓
dual-k4a-180-nfov-calibration-board.iPiCalib
116 KByte

How to use:

  • Download and install iPi Mocap Studio.
  • Download both above files and put them all in one and the same folder on your hard drive.
  • Run iPi Mocap Studio, click Open button or press Ctrl+O and select dual-k4a-180-nfov-calibration-board.iPiCalib file downloaded on the previous step.
  • Now you can "play" with resulting calibration data in iPi Mocap Studio.
  • If you want to try to process source video file by yourself then:
    • click New button or press Ctrl+N;
    • select dual-k4a-180-nfov-calibration-board.iPiVideo file downloaded before;
    • choose Calibration project type;
    • switch to Calibration tab and push Calibrate Based on Board button;
    • after calibration is performed, hide background using View > Hide Background menu item and turn on View > Show Depth from All Sensors item;
    • now you can visually check the quality of the resulted point cloud.

"Walking" Performance

Sample performance video file with walking movements and appropriate iPiMotion project which is result of processing in iPi Mocap Studio:

     iPiVideoIcon-128.png   ↓ Download video file ↓
dual-k4a-180-nfov-walk.iPiVideo
240 MByte
    
 
iPiMotionIcon-128.png   ↓ Download project file ↓
dual-k4a-180-nfov-walk.iPiMotion
0.5 MByte

How to use:

  • Download and install iPi Mocap Studio.
  • Download both above files and put them all in one and the same folder on your hard drive.
  • Run iPi Mocap Studio, click Open button or press Ctrl+O and select dual-k4a-180-nfov-walk.iPiMotion file downloaded on the previous step.
  • Now you can "play" with resulting animation in iPi Mocap Studio, import your target character and export resulting animation based on the following instructions.
  • If you want to try to process source video file by yourself then:
    • click New button or press Ctrl+N;
    • select dual-k4a-180-nfov-walk.iPiVideo file downloaded before;
    • choose Action project type;
    • choose the following file as scene parameters: dual-k4a-180-nfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiCalib
    • set the following parameters of actor:
      • Gender = Male
      • Height = 1.75 m
    • then you can process the video.


"Physical Exercises" Performance

Sample performance video file with physical exercises movements and appropriate iPiMotion project which is result of processing in iPi Mocap Studio:

     iPiVideoIcon-128.png   ↓ Download video file ↓
dual-k4a-180-nfov-exercises.iPiVideo
927 MByte
    
 
iPiMotionIcon-128.png   ↓ Download project file ↓
dual-k4a-180-nfov-exercises.iPiMotion
2 MByte

How to use:

  • Download and install iPi Mocap Studio.
  • Download both above files and put them all in one and the same folder on your hard drive.
  • Run iPi Mocap Studio, click Open button or press Ctrl+O and select dual-k4a-180-nfov-exercises.iPiMotion file downloaded on the previous step.
  • Now you can "play" with resulting animation in iPi Mocap Studio, import your target character and export resulting animation based on the following instructions.
  • If you want to try to process source video file by yourself then:
    • click New button or press Ctrl+N;
    • select dual-k4a-180-nfov-exercises.iPiVideo file downloaded before;
    • choose Action project type;
    • choose the following file as scene parameters: dual-k4a-180-nfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiCalib
    • set the following parameters of actor:
      • Gender = Male
      • Height = 1.72 m
    • then you can process the video.

WFOV mode

Light Marker Calibration

Sample calibration video file and appropriate iPiCalib project which is result of processing in iPi Mocap Studio:

     iPiVideoIcon-128.png   ↓ Download video file ↓
dual-k4a-180-wfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiVideo
985 MByte
    
 
iPiCalibIcon-128.png   ↓ Download calibration file ↓
dual-k4a-180-wfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiCalib
158 KByte

How to use:

  • Download and install iPi Mocap Studio.
  • Download both above files and put them all in one and the same folder on your hard drive.
  • Run iPi Mocap Studio, click Open button or press Ctrl+O and select dual-k4a-180-wfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiCalib file downloaded on the previous step.
  • Now you can "play" with resulting calibration data in iPi Mocap Studio.
  • If you want to try to process source video file by yourself then:
    • click New button or press Ctrl+N;
    • select dual-k4a-180-wfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiVideo file downloaded before;
    • choose Calibration project type;
    • switch to Calibration tab and push Calibrate Based on Light Marker button;
    • after calibration is performed, hide background using View > Hide Background menu item and turn on View > Show Depth from All Sensors item;
    • now you can visually check the quality of the resulted point cloud.

Board Calibration

Sample calibration video file and appropriate iPiCalib project which is result of processing in iPi Mocap Studio:

     iPiVideoIcon-128.png   ↓ Download video file ↓
dual-k4a-180-wfov-calibration-board.iPiVideo
932 MByte
    
 
iPiCalibIcon-128.png   ↓ Download calibration file ↓
dual-k4a-180-wfov-calibration-board.iPiCalib
80 KByte

How to use:

  • Download and install iPi Mocap Studio.
  • Download both above files and put them all in one and the same folder on your hard drive.
  • Run iPi Mocap Studio, click Open button or press Ctrl+O and select dual-k4a-180-wfov-calibration-board.iPiCalib file downloaded on the previous step.
  • Now you can "play" with resulting calibration data in iPi Mocap Studio.
  • If you want to try to process source video file by yourself then:
    • click New button or press Ctrl+N;
    • select dual-k4a-180-wfov-calibration-board.iPiVideo file downloaded before;
    • choose Calibration project type;
    • switch to Calibration tab and push Calibrate Based on Board button;
    • after calibration is performed, hide background using View > Hide Background menu item and turn on View > Show Depth from All Sensors item;
    • now you can visually check the quality of the resulted point cloud.

"Walking" Performance

Sample performance video file with walking movements and appropriate iPiMotion project which is result of processing in iPi Mocap Studio:

     iPiVideoIcon-128.png   ↓ Download video file ↓
dual-k4a-180-wfov-walk.iPiVideo
530 MByte
    
 
iPiMotionIcon-128.png   ↓ Download project file ↓
dual-k4a-180-wfov-walk.iPiMotion
0.5 MByte

How to use:

  • Download and install iPi Mocap Studio.
  • Download both above files and put them all in one and the same folder on your hard drive.
  • Run iPi Mocap Studio, click Open button or press Ctrl+O and select dual-k4a-180-wfov-walk.iPiMotion file downloaded on the previous step.
  • Now you can "play" with resulting animation in iPi Mocap Studio, import your target character and export resulting animation based on the following instructions.
  • If you want to try to process source video file by yourself then:
    • click New button or press Ctrl+N;
    • select dual-k4a-180-wfov-walk.iPiVideo file downloaded before;
    • choose Action project type;
    • choose the following file as scene parameters: dual-k4a-180-wfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiCalib
    • set the following parameters of actor:
      • Gender = Male
      • Height = 1.72 m
    • then you can process the video.

"Floor Rolls" Performance

Sample performance video file with floor rolls and appropriate iPiMotion project which is result of processing in iPi Mocap Studio:

     iPiVideoIcon-128.png   ↓ Download video file ↓
dual-k4a-180-wfov-rolls.iPiVideo
1970 MByte
    
 
iPiMotionIcon-128.png   ↓ Download project file ↓
dual-k4a-180-wfov-rolls.iPiMotion
2 MByte

How to use:

  • Download and install iPi Mocap Studio.
  • Download both above files and put them all in one and the same folder on your hard drive.
  • Run iPi Mocap Studio, click Open button or press Ctrl+O and select dual-k4a-180-wfov-rolls.iPiMotion file downloaded on the previous step.
  • Now you can "play" with resulting animation in iPi Mocap Studio, import your target character and export resulting animation based on the following instructions.
  • If you want to try to process source video file by yourself then:
    • click New button or press Ctrl+N;
    • select dual-k4a-180-wfov-rolls.iPiVideo file downloaded before;
    • choose Action project type;
    • choose the following file as scene parameters: dual-k4a-180-wfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiCalib
    • set the following parameters of actor:
      • Gender = Male
      • Height = 1.75 m
    • then you can process the video.

90-degrees Configuration

NFOV mode

Light Marker Calibration

Sample calibration video file and appropriate iPiCalib project which is result of processing in iPi Mocap Studio:

     iPiVideoIcon-128.png   ↓ Download video file ↓
dual-k4a-90-nfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiVideo
604 MByte
    
 
iPiCalibIcon-128.png   ↓ Download calibration file ↓
dual-k4a-90-nfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiCalib
194 KByte

How to use:

  • Download and install iPi Mocap Studio.
  • Download both above files and put them all in one and the same folder on your hard drive.
  • Run iPi Mocap Studio, click Open button or press Ctrl+O and select dual-k4a-90-nfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiCalib file downloaded on the previous step.
  • Now you can "play" with resulting calibration data in iPi Mocap Studio.
  • If you want to try to process source video file by yourself then:
    • click New button or press Ctrl+N;
    • select dual-k4a-90-nfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiVideo file downloaded before;
    • choose Calibration project type;
    • switch to Calibration tab and push Calibrate Based on Light Marker button;
    • after calibration is performed, hide background using View > Hide Background menu item and turn on View > Show Depth from All Sensors item;
    • now you can visually check the quality of the resulted point cloud.

Board Calibration

Sample calibration video file and appropriate iPiCalib project which is result of processing in iPi Mocap Studio:

     iPiVideoIcon-128.png   ↓ Download video file ↓
dual-k4a-90-nfov-calibration-board.iPiVideo
756 MByte
    
 
iPiCalibIcon-128.png   ↓ Download calibration file ↓
dual-k4a-90-nfov-calibration-board.iPiCalib
96 KByte

How to use:

  • Download and install iPi Mocap Studio.
  • Download both above files and put them all in one and the same folder on your hard drive.
  • Run iPi Mocap Studio, click Open button or press Ctrl+O and select dual-k4a-90-nfov-calibration-board.iPiCalib file downloaded on the previous step.
  • Now you can "play" with resulting calibration data in iPi Mocap Studio.
  • If you want to try to process source video file by yourself then:
    • click New button or press Ctrl+N;
    • select dual-k4a-90-nfov-calibration-board.iPiVideo file downloaded before;
    • choose Calibration project type;
    • switch to Calibration tab and push Calibrate Based on Board button;
    • after calibration is performed, hide background using View > Hide Background menu item and turn on View > Show Depth from All Sensors item;
    • now you can visually check the quality of the resulted point cloud.

"Physical Exercises" Performance

Sample performance video file with physical exercises movements and appropriate iPiMotion project which is result of processing in iPi Mocap Studio:

     iPiVideoIcon-128.png   ↓ Download video file ↓
dual-k4a-90-nfov-exercises.iPiVideo
574 MByte
    
 
iPiMotionIcon-128.png   ↓ Download project file ↓
dual-k4a-90-nfov-exercises.iPiMotion
1.2 MByte

How to use:

  • Download and install iPi Mocap Studio.
  • Download both above files and put them all in one and the same folder on your hard drive.
  • Run iPi Mocap Studio, click Open button or press Ctrl+O and select dual-k4a-90-nfov-exercises.iPiMotion file downloaded on the previous step.
  • Now you can "play" with resulting animation in iPi Mocap Studio, import your target character and export resulting animation based on the following instructions.
  • If you want to try to process source video file by yourself then:
    • click New button or press Ctrl+N;
    • select dual-k4a-90-nfov-exercises.iPiVideo file downloaded before;
    • choose Action project type;
    • choose the following file as scene parameters: dual-k4a-90-nfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiCalib
    • set the following parameters of actor:
      • Gender = Male
      • Height = 1.72 m
    • then you can process the video.

WFOV mode

Light Marker Calibration

Sample calibration video file and appropriate iPiCalib project which is result of processing in iPi Mocap Studio:

     iPiVideoIcon-128.png   ↓ Download video file ↓
dual-k4a-90-wfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiVideo
852 MByte
    
 
iPiCalibIcon-128.png   ↓ Download calibration file ↓
dual-k4a-90-wfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiCalib
140 KByte

How to use:

  • Download and install iPi Mocap Studio.
  • Download both above files and put them all in one and the same folder on your hard drive.
  • Run iPi Mocap Studio, click Open button or press Ctrl+O and select dual-k4a-90-wfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiCalib file downloaded on the previous step.
  • Now you can "play" with resulting calibration data in iPi Mocap Studio.
  • If you want to try to process source video file by yourself then:
    • click New button or press Ctrl+N;
    • select dual-k4a-90-wfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiVideo file downloaded before;
    • choose Calibration project type;
    • switch to Calibration tab and push Calibrate Based on Light Marker button;
    • after calibration is performed, hide background using View > Hide Background menu item and turn on View > Show Depth from All Sensors item;
    • now you can visually check the quality of the resulted point cloud.

"Walking" Performance

Sample performance video file with walking movements and appropriate iPiMotion project which is result of processing in iPi Mocap Studio:

     iPiVideoIcon-128.png   ↓ Download video file ↓
dual-k4a-90-wfov-walk.iPiVideo
504 MByte
    
 
iPiMotionIcon-128.png   ↓ Download project file ↓
dual-k4a-90-wfov-walk.iPiMotion
0.6 MByte

How to use:

  • Download and install iPi Mocap Studio.
  • Download both above files and put them all in one and the same folder on your hard drive.
  • Run iPi Mocap Studio, click Open button or press Ctrl+O and select dual-k4a-90-wfov-walk.iPiMotion file downloaded on the previous step.
  • Now you can "play" with resulting animation in iPi Mocap Studio, import your target character and export resulting animation based on the following instructions.
  • If you want to try to process source video file by yourself then:
    • click New button or press Ctrl+N;
    • select dual-k4a-90-wfov-walk.iPiVideo file downloaded before;
    • choose Action project type;
    • choose the following file as scene parameters: dual-k4a-90-wfov-calibration-light-marker.iPiCalib
    • set the following parameters of actor:
      • Gender = Male
      • Height = 1.75 m
    • then you can process the video.