recording

A 2-post collection

IPDLN 2016: A conference review

IPDLN is an international conference on Population Data Linkage. It takes place every two years. This year IPDLN 2016 was hosted in Swansea, Wales, at the Swansea University Bay campus from 24th August 2016 to 26th August 2016. The campus is located on the sea front, approximately a one hour walk from Swansea train station (I decided to walk it). It has taken me a couple of weeks to post this - been very busy due to a new project starting up. I arrived in Swansea on the 24th August 2016 direct from London. I was really excited because I did not know what to expect from this type of conference. After all, it was my first data linkage conference...

Recording Kinect One Stream using C#

During my PhD I had to obtain three of the data streams (RGB, Depth and Skeleton) of the Kinect One sensor. Sadly, Microsoft, at the time, did not provide any example for recording the raw data itself. They do offer Kinect Studio, however it’s a closed ecosystem without the ability of accessing the raw data. In this blog post I wanted to share with you the C# code snippets for how I recorded the data streams and achieved near 30ftp while saving these streams. You can see an example of the code over on my GitHub page here - please note that the code it is not optimised in any way. The code is very basic and just an...