Les interfaces naturelles (NUI) sont une réalité : interfaces tactiles, Kinect, LeapMotion, Gesture Camera… Les constructeurs PC intègrent déjà les NUI directement dans leur gamme de produits 2014.
Vous pouvez dès maintenant utiliser ses technologies innovantes pour améliorer vos interactions utilisateurs et créer de nouveaux services :
Relation client sur les points de vente
Amélioration de l’engagement client
Hygiène et sécurité
J’animerai au Softshake 2013 le 24 octobre à Genève la session « Les NUI c’est maintenant » pour montrer les possibilités des différents capteurs du marché et comment en tirer partie dans le monde de l’entreprise.
Swivel Close-Up, a Kinect for Windows-based kiosk from FaceCake, lets customers visualize themselves
in small accessories such as makeup, sunglasses, and jewelry.
Microsoft Kinect for Windows has been playing an increasingly important role in retail, from interactive kiosks at stores such as Build-A-Bear Workshop, to virtual dressing rooms at fashion leaders like Bloomingdale’s, to virtual showrooms at Nissan dealerships. This year’s National Retail Federation (NRF) Convention and Expo, which took place earlier this week, showcased several solutions that provide retailers with new ways to drive customer engagement, sales, and loyalty.
The Kinect for Windows software development kit (SDK) October release was a pivotal update with a number of key improvements. One important update in this release is how control of infrared (IR) sensing capabilities has been enhanced to create a world of new possibilities for developers.
IR sensing is a core feature of the Kinect sensor, but until this newest release, developers were somewhat restrained in how they could use it. The front of the Kinect for Windows sensor has three openings, each housing a core piece of technology. On the left, there is an IR emitter, which transmits a factory calibrated pattern of dots across the room in which the sensor resides. The middle opening is a color camera. The third is the IR camera, which reads the dot pattern and can help the Kinect for Windows system software sense objects and people along with their skeletal tracking data.