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I want to make a game that uses motion tracking as a innovative feature, but i don't know what technologies i can use to make it true.

I want to use a video camera to track user movement, but i'm open to any ideas.

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OpenCV is developed by Intel and is open source, so that's always cool.

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As Justing said, OpenCV. But if you want to get your feet wet quickly, I suggest you try dabbling with openFrameworks It has an addon that wraps OpenCV and you will learn a lot from it.

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