As this is the final post, I'm not going to be showing code here. What I've been concentrating on since last week is tightening up on the application, testing it, and coping with those funny little niggles. I thought, instead, that I'd talk about what this contest has taught me and what I see happening from here on.
In “Once Again, A Farewell to Cambridge” (“再别康桥”, 1928), Xu Zhimo (徐志摩) wrote, “By waving my hands / I am saying goodbye to the rosy cloud in the western sky” (“我轻轻的招手 / 作别西天的云彩”). While gesture interaction with the cloud only happens in a poet’s works, in reality the Intel® Perceptual Computing SDK 2013 creates a new world of interactivity with Intel® Core™ processor based applications.
Our Challengers came back from GDC with almost no rest to post their second to last post of the challenge. Yep, the Ultimate Coder Challenge: Going Perceptual is about to wrap up. Thus this week's posts show a bit of relief, some post GDC levity, and a sense of serious work to be done before the judges get a crack at trying the apps. Here's a recap of Week 6.