Using Ubi Sensor and Kinect Xbox One Sensor (In-Air Gesture) simultaneously
This feature allows you to control the display at far distance by in-air gesture and touch the display when you walk up to the screen.
This feature is available for 5.2+ Trial and Enterprise Edition
First time setup:
- Disconnect all sensors from computer.
- Start UbiService and go to Settings->Calibration->Choose Step by Step Calibration ->Save.
- Go to Settings->Advanced Setting-> Hardware-> Support Multiple Camera-> Choose Multiple Cameras->Save
- Connect only Kinect for Xbox One sensor to computer and follow the in-app guide to setup and test.
- Disconnect Kinect sensor, quit UbiService. Plug in Ubi Sensor alone, start UbiService and follow the in-app guide to setup.
Configure for permanent setup:
- Disconnect all sensors.
- Start UbiService and go to Setting->Calibration (Choose Auto Calibration if your projector or UbiSensor can move. Choose Skip Calibration if Projector and Ubi Sensor is fixed permanently.)
- Go to Setting->Advanced Setting->Hide Menu->Save and Quit UbiService.
- (optional: if you want to hide the guidance windows and ubimenu) Go C:\Users\Public\Documents\ubi\config and add <HideGestureHint>true</HideGestureHint>
- Plug in all sensors and restart UbiService. Then You are good to go.
Switch between Ubi Sensor and Kinect Sensor
This feature allows you to use either touch or in-air gesture at a time.
The latest Ubi software (4.8+) supports both Ubi camera and Kinect camera (but not simultaneously, you can use one sensor at a time.) In order to switch from one sensor to another, and even choose different interaction mode (touch vs in-air), you need to
- Stop Ubi and disconnect sensors
- Start UbiService
- Click "Settings"
- Choose "Step by Step Calibration"
- Plug in the sensor and follow the instructions.