rosme

The famous Spine example raptor, but with a twist.

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Erikari

Ooooh! you're doing some serious stuff here! I love the final result, it looks pretty realistic, I want to ride the raptor too! :D
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Nate

This is awesome!! :D Thanks for sharing!
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badlogic

I think you just broke the internet. Is that live compositing? Could this be used at events/fairs/etc.?
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Mario
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rosme

Yes, it's live compositing. I often use Kinect in combo with video layers (events, museums etc.), but since I also love working with Spine I had to make this. In this case I am sitting on a bar chair with my feet on an old desktop PC. :) Note that the sideways tracking with Kinect is always a little tricky. The composite could use a little bit better masking and maybe some shadowing. And of course I could use Kinect gesture recognition to trigger the "roar" animation or other fun scenarios.
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badlogic

Genius!
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