Azure Kinect Examples for Unity, v1.7.1

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Azure Kinect Examples for Unity is a set of Azure Kinect (aka ‘Kinect for Azure’, K4A) examples that use several major scripts, grouped in one folder. The package currently contains over twenty five demo scenes. Apart of the Azure Kinect sensor, the K4A-package supports the “classic” Kinect-v2 (aka Kinect for Xbox One) sensor, as well as Intel RealSense D400-series sensors.

The minimum required Unity version is 2019.1.0f2. Please note, the body tracking demo scenes don’t work with the Intel RealSense D400-series sensors.

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Azure Kinect Examples for Unity is a set of Azure Kinect (aka ‘Kinect for Azure’, K4A) examples that use several major scripts, grouped in one folder. The package currently contains over twenty five demo scenes. Apart of the Azure Kinect sensor, the K4A-package supports the “classic” Kinect-v2 (aka Kinect for Xbox One) sensor, as well as Intel RealSense D400-series sensors.

The avatar-demo scenes show how to utilize Kinect-controlled avatars in your scenes, gesture demo – how to use discrete and continuous gestures in your projects, fitting room demos – how to overlay or blend the user’s body with virtual models, background removal demo – how to display user silhouettes on virtual background, point cloud demos – how to show the real environment or users as meshes in your scene, etc. Short descriptions of all demo-scenes are available in the online documentation.

This package works with Azure Kinect (aka Kinect for Azure, K4A), Kinect-v2 (aka Kinect for Xbox One) and Intel RealSense D400-series sensors. It can be used with all versions of Unity – Free, Plus & Pro. The minimum required Unity version is 2019.1.0f2. Please note, the body tracking demo scenes don’t work with the Intel RealSense D400-series sensors.

All package updates are available to all customers, free of any charge.

 

9 thoughts on “Azure Kinect Examples for Unity, v1.7.1

  1. Do you plan to update the Microsoft.Azure.Kinect.Sensor plugin to work with 0.9.4? They added a setup boolean for performing calculations on the CPU instead of the GPU and it is not currently exposed.

    Thanks!

  2. Hi Rumen,

    I’m getting some instant crashing of the Unity editor any time I try and run a scene with Body Tracking. I have tried uninstalling and reverting to 0.9.3, 0.9.4, and 0.9.5, along with older versions of this package – all with identical results. I have worked with these same devices and projects on this computer, and the Viewer / Body Tracking viewers both are running smoothly. I have sensor sdk 1.3.0 installed.

    I am not sure what is causing these issues, but am happy to share some crash info if that is helpful? We are currently using this package as a critical part of our project so it would be great if we could find a solution quickly. Please let me know if you have any ideas!

    Best,
    Mike

      • Yes, this is probably the cause of the issue with body tracking, but please look at your e-mail for further instructions. K4A-asset v1.7.x works with Body Tracking SDK v0.9.4.

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