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accessing kinect data

hey, I am trying to track human motions using openni_kinect and ros. After the user is identified, kinect sends out messages to my terminal with coordinates of various points like knees,foot,etc. How do I record these data? I also wanted to know how to narrow down the data so that I can subscribe to the data of only one reference point, say the right knee. Thank you for your time.

accessing kinect data

hey, I am trying to track human motions using openni_kinect and ros. After the user is identified, kinect sends out messages to my terminal with coordinates of various points like knees,foot,etc. How do I record these data? I also wanted to know how to narrow down the data so that I can subscribe to the data of only one reference point, say the right knee. Thank you for your time.

accessing kinect data

hey, I am trying to track human motions using openni_kinect and ros. After the user is identified, kinect sends out messages to my terminal with coordinates of various points like knees,foot,etc. How do I record these data? I also wanted to know how to narrow down the data so that I can subscribe to the data of only one reference point, say the right knee. Thank you for your time.

accessing kinect data

hey, I am trying to track human motions using openni_kinect and ros. After the user is identified, kinect sends out messages to my terminal with coordinates of various points like knees,foot,etc. How do I record these data? I also wanted to know how to narrow down the data so that I can subscribe to the data of only one reference point, say the right knee. Thank you for your time.

accessing kinect data

hey, I am trying to track human motions using openni_kinect and ros. After the user is identified, kinect sends out messages to my terminal with coordinates of various points like knees,foot,etc. How do I record these data? I also wanted to know how to narrow down the data so that I can subscribe to the data of only one reference point, say the right knee. Thank you for your time.