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Progressive "Continous" Gesture with Visual Gesture Builder Sample RRS feed

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  • Hi Everyone,

    I wanted to share an updated version of the Discreet Gesture Sample which the Kinect for Windows Team put together:

    Using the Kinect to detect Hand clapping... It uses the Progressive "Continuous" Gesture instead of the Discreet Gesture.

    This sample can be found here:

    https://kinecthandclappinggesture.codeplex.com/


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    Monday, September 1, 2014 9:10 AM

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  • Hi Dwight,

    Thanks for sharing the Continuous version! I was busy doing the same thing only I also wanted to change the text of the GestureResultView. I see that you replaced the confidence value with the progress value, but do you also happen to know where I can change the UI of the GestureResultView? I can't seem to find it.

    Tuesday, September 2, 2014 2:25 PM
  • Hi Suraj,

    The GestureResultView is just a custom class with properties to allow the DataTemplate to bind to it's properties. The DataTemplate is used to format the look and feel of rows and columns of a grid control named contentgrid.

    A Content control is created in code and has the GestureResultView added to it's children collection. This GestureResultView instance is then bound to the content control. The Content control is then added to the content Grid control which uses the DataTemplate. The DataTempalte uses databinding with the GestureResultView instance, through the Content control, which ties it all together to display the UI.


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    Tuesday, September 2, 2014 3:49 PM
  • Hi Dwight,

    Thanks for your reply. It's right were you said it was, I overlooked it when I went over the .xaml file the first time. Guess I not quite used yet to XAML yet, learned something new again :-).

    Thanks again for your explanation!

    Tuesday, September 2, 2014 4:45 PM