The team is comprised of six Ryerson University students currently taking a co-operative super course called Mobility & Mixed Reality.
The team consists of the following students:
- Alex Basso – New Media
- Billy Chan – New Media
- Dylan Didiano – New Media
- Daniel Harley – MA Media Production
- Stefan Despot – Computer Science
- Joseph Lai – Computer Science
The goal is to convert a kitchen tabletop/countertop into a gesture-based interactive platform to explore how we can utilize enhanced information to add to the cooking experience.
The prototype will use a Kinect camera and a projector to display a simple user-interface onto a kitchen table. Kinect libraries will be used to create unique gestures. Tagged objects within the environment will be given functions based on colour-coding and/or position.
Progress Photos Interface Projection
Testing the projection of interface. Here is the early beta:
RC4 Conference Photos
Below are some photos when demonstrating the product to some professionals at 2014’s RC4 Conference at the DMZ:
Kitchen Byte Demo Video
Below is the first demo video of how the Kitchen Byte interaction would theoretically work:
Kitchen Byte (Interactive Kitchen Concept Video)
This is the video displaying the Kitchen Byte concept:
Final Kitchen Byte Promo & Beta Video
Below is the final Kitchen Byte Promo & Beta video:
This is an amazing open source project where development on how projectors and cameras can aid us in the future technologies of the kitchen.
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