Date: 9th September 2020 TechExeter
Track: 1 Type of session: Talk
Start Time: 15:00 Level: No prior knowledge / entry-level

Getting started with computer vision using the Azure Kinect

Note: Speaker information is preliminary and subject to change

You might remember waving your arms frantically to slice fruit, awkwardly shaping your body to fit through slots in a wall or perfecting a Zumba pose when playing games on the Xbox with the Kinect. Well imagine taking all of the functionality of the Xbox Kinect and combining it with the best features from Microsoft’s flagship Augmented Reality product the Hololens and you have the Azure Kinect. In this session we will take a look how you can use the Kinect’s 4k camera, depth sensor, microphone array and IR to create computer vision applications. We will look at an example of pose detection to demonstrate the capabilities of the product and its uses for computer vision.

Session takeaways

  • understanding of Computer vision.
  • A look at the Azure Kinect and how to use.
  • A worked example from idea to deployed model using the Azure Kinect.

Bio

Terry is a Microsoft Artificial Intelligence MVP, awarded in recognition of his contributions to the Microsoft Data Science & Artificial Intelligence communities. His focus is on all things AI and Data Science. Terry has a passion for applying traditional Software Engineering techniques to Data, to improve the way teams deliver Machine Learning projects. Terry holds a Masters degree in Machine Learning and is continually interested in the application of academic research in industry. Terry is the host of the popular podcast Data Science in Production, where he interviews leading Data Scientists. His spare time is spent with his wife and two boys in their home in Devon.


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