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[Example Project] Recognizing the Body to Trigger Lens Effect

  • Saw this project on discovery page love it, its cool

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  • That's really cool! Thank you for sharing Artem! :D

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  • Oh that is very cool, Very good job and nice idea.

    We could create something like the game show “hole in the wall”

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  • I really like, thank you for sharing!

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  • Hi janraps and anyone else who's encountering similar issues, 


    Here's a slightly improved and more robust version of the pose validation project above - The angles are now calculated relative to the phone gyro and not relative to the body. This would allow detection of poses with same relative body angles when leaning left and right like you tried. 

    This version also calculates full angle range [0, 2pi] instead of [0, pi] so that would address the flip you experienced as well. 

    * note that the poses are a little different than the original poses and more similar to the poses in your pictures. 

    Pose Trigger V2


    Hope that helps! 




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  • Is this good idea use the lesnstudio service for normal and small level projects? Which type of services is good for small business.

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