RealSense Photobooth
The RealSense Photobooth was created by us in partnership with Intel and Caffelli to be used at IDF in 2015. We created a couple versions with different environments, used for different events. It uses a RealSense camera to capture images of users and insert them into different environments (without green screen), giving the illusion that the users took a photo in those environments. The captured image could then be printed or emailed to the user if they wanted. These are some of the main features of the app: - Insert a user into an environment without green screen, using image segmentation from RealSense - Use hand gestures to control different parts of the app (thumbs up to initiate a photo being taken, hands to select environments and buttons) - Share photos via email or print - Dynamic depth of the user segmentation image (not a flat segmentation plane), created by merging the depth image with the user segmentation image - Choose from five different environments to take a photo inside
Justin Link
Developer - Owner