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Keystone Correction using 3D-Points of Kinect
With XNA, I am displaying a simple rectangle which is projected onto the floor. The projector can be placed at an arbitrary position. Obviously, the projected rectangle gets distorted according to the ...
Apr 8 '12 at 10:23
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