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I am doing my project for graduated in Bachelor's degree. My project is about the camera of Kinect. I need to create realistic 3D game: the players can own control the game by their hands and legs, and also feel they are in the game at that moment. So, the systems have to search their skeleton by the camera of Kinect. After Kinect affirmed, the player could wear 2 or 3 chose 3D clothes.

However, my project has a problem. That is I do not know what tool I must select and use. Such as: software, coding, some solutions, and so on. So, that is why I need your greater suggestion. I am waiting for your suggestion. Thank you.
Posted 6-May-13 7:56am
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Solution 1

Did you try Google[^]?
ultradoi 6-May-13 21:38pm
Now, I think, I have 2 way.
please, suggestion to me.

1. Using Kinect + Unity3d + Zigfu(Openni+NITE+presensor).
I can installing same this
but I don't know how to coding by myself and I think it not real Kinect SDK, because it use RUNTIME

2. Using Kinect coding in C# at Visual studio 2010 for control kinect with Kinect SDK v.1.6 + OPENNI2 + NITE2.
I can installing same this
but I don't know way to create 3d animation.

1 and 2 way, i can't to find sample in YOUTUBE have real human in game.
I look same this,

so sorry i don't know how to do it, please, suggestion to me.

thank you
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Solution 2

Thank you CPallini very much for ask.

Now I have solution to do it.
I use kinect SDK with xna for create my game.

I know my quation is very stupid.

I am so sorry :(

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