I tried to add a shorter version of this comment to the announcement of the Pioneer award winners. But I kept getting a message about my post triggering the spam filter so I'm posting it here as a new message. It's quite a bit longer than the original because this is really bothering me.
I've gone through this process several times now and I can't get the Dragon Core module to download via the R7 Install program (or older versions either). Each time I try the install program pops up an Error dialog box saying the Dragon Core module failed CRC check. I really need to get this going. Does someone have a fix for this?
I have just bought a Creative Senze 3D camera, it works fine with 32bit version sample of the SDK.
But the depth stream can't be acquired in 64 bit version.
1.png is the 32 bit Capture Viewer, 2.png is the 64bit Capture Viewer.
My operating system is 64bit.
And my computer is
System Type x64-based PC
Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2400 CPU @ 3.10GHz, 3101 Mhz, 4 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s)
May I ask why I can't get the depth map under 64bit?
Intel has announced the winners …
In addition to the major prize winners, an additional award category, the Perceptual Computing Pioneer Award, was created. This category is to recognize the next batch of developers who built creative and innovative demos, which are great examples in the new field of natural user interfaces.
The Checkpoint Award recognizes developer profiles which showed Clarity of Idea, an overall grasp of Perceptual Computing and a clear understanding of Intel's SDK.
I have a executable that used to work under an older SDK (probably Beta 3) and a older camera with firmware 2028.
I've had to install this on a newer PC and I'm now getting these error message continuously with the latest SDK:
~: Streaming Exception: tjDecompressHeader2(): Not a JPEG file: starts with 0xda 0xfd
~: Got exception: tjDecompressHeader2(): Not a JPEG file: starts with 0xda 0xfd
~: Streaming Exception: tjDecompressHeader2(): Not a JPEG file: starts with 0x3a 0x9b
I was under the impression that the Intel Perceptual Computing SDK was compatible with the SoftKinetic DS325 camera. However, it seems that it cannot detect the depth stream from that camera.
If indeed the new release of the SDK is not compatible with the DS325, is there a way to get an older SDK that is?
Or do you have any suggestion to make the current SDK work with it?
Thank you for your assistance
My development environment is Visual Studio 2013.Created a new console application called ShowImages,and
added the SDK include files and library paths to the project.Run the code,I find"LINK : fatal error LNK1104: can't open file“libpxcutils_d.lib” ".Why?
I'm rookie in this and welcome to reply.
Our app bundled with SDK R7 runtime (intel_pc_sdk_runtime_1.7.12492.0.exe) fails Windows App Certification Kit test (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/apps/bg127575) due to SDK runtime installation errors, shown below.
I've downloaded and installed today the PCSDK (intel_pc_sdk_websetup_1.7.12492.0.exe). I've manged to execute successfully face detection and landmark detection. When I tried to do attribute detection, to my surprise the class PXCFaceAnalysis had no 'Attribute' member. What could be the reason for this?
When using Perceptual Computing SDK 2013 GOLD R6 or the latest R7 version 12492 and the old camera Creative* Senz 3D 2028:
1) EnableGesture works
2) EnableGesture in combination with EnableVoiceRecognition both don't work at all. It fails at UtilPipelineRaw::AcquireFrame function in util_pipeline_raw.cpp, lines 93 and 107.
When using the new camera Creative* Senz 3D 2103 everything works.
Also noticed on the old camera that the red light on the left side is always on, even after closing this or any other demo app.