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Cse 60641 microsoft kinect performance slide 1 7

Microsoft Kinect Performance Metrics

CSE 60641 – Graduate Operating Systems Progress Report Presentation

11/1/2011

Aaron Huus

Ben Bockstege

CSE 60641 – Microsoft Kinect Performance

Slide 1/7


Project overview

Project Overview

  • Purpose

    • Viability for WiiHabilitaiton

      • Hardware Requirements

      • FPS fast enough not to lose data

      • Write to disk speed based on OS

      • If there is a bottleneck, where does it exist?

      • Does frame size change?

  • Libraries and drivers from PrimeSense

    • OpenNI

    • NITE

    • PrimeSensor

  • Operating Systems

    • Windows 7

    • Ubuntu 11.10

    • Mac OS X 10.6

Aaron Huus

Ben Bockstege

CSE 60641 – Microsoft Kinect Performance

Slide 2/7


Demonstration

Demonstration

Aaron Huus

Ben Bockstege

CSE 60641 – Microsoft Kinect Performance

Slide 3/7


Current progress

Current Progress

  • Running on Windows 7 and Ubuntu

  • Observed factors affecting the frame rate

    • Display

      • 15 FPS with display on

      • 30 FPS with display off

  • User presence

    • 15.5 FPS to 15.35 FPS

  • User movement

    • 15.35 FPS to 15.20 FPS

  • Object noise

    • 20 FPS with no noise

    • 14 FPS with lots of noise

Aaron Huus

Ben Bockstege

CSE 60641 – Microsoft Kinect Performance

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Results of observed factors

Results of Observed Factors

User Enters

Skeleton Found

Movement

User Leaves

Aaron Huus

Ben Bockstege

CSE 60641 – Microsoft Kinect Performance

Slide 5/7


Future work

Future Work

  • Operational on Mac OS X

    • Need root access to install necessary libraries/drivers

  • Write to disk speed

    • Approach similar to FPS

  • Average frame size

    • Does this vary based on experiment?

  • Experiments

    • Skeleton tracking

    • More than one user

    • More user movement

    • Color contrast

      • Skin color, clothing color

  • Quantify experimental results

    • Plots comparing FPS and write to disk speed across all 3 OS

Aaron Huus

Ben Bockstege

CSE 60641 – Microsoft Kinect Performance

Slide 6/7


Questions

Questions?

Aaron Huus

Ben Bockstege

CSE 60641 – Microsoft Kinect Performance

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