11 Jun Best Practices for RealSense app development – 4tiitoo at Intel RealSense Hands-On Lab in Berlin
Last Tuesday our CTO Stephan attended the Intel RealSense Hands-On Lab in Betahaus/Berlin. He spoke about best practices for developing applications and games using the Intel RealSense technology, especially utilizing the capabilities of gesture, speech and face recognition.
Designing apps for natural user interaction sensors such as a depth-sensing camera or voice recognition can be tricky. Every input modality has its own pros and cons and therefore its respective use case should be chosen wisely, e.g. depending on the usage scenario. It is not about recreating traditional Graphical User Interfaces. User experience for Natural User Interfaces should be designed for as little learning as possible and familiar (human) interaction principles should be used.
Stephan summarized best practices from several years of developing in the NUI space and provided tips what to consider and how to avoid possible pitfalls in motion control, speech control as well as utilizing face recognition in app design.
More information about the RealSense Hands-On Labs can be found at the event page.
And don’t forget to check out the NUIA Store with applications for RealSense.