Development stopped because seized production of Kinect V2.
Kinec-tics is a free program that gives the user the ability to connect to a Microsoft Kinect V2 for Windows, also known as the Xbox One Kinect on a computer and read sensor data from Kinect. The Kinect can detect and track the human body and can project an overlying stick-figure. The data from the stick-figure can be used for motion analysis and may be used as a tool for e.g. physiotherapists or trainers.
Kinec-tics is constantly under development but is already usable for analysis. The program doesn’t analyze movements but all of the data is given to the user for interpretation.
The program can be downloaded here and is self-explanatory.
To ensure that your PC or tablet meets the requirements for compatibility with the Kinect 2 and Kinec-tics your PC must meet the following minimum specifications:
- An Intel based motherboard (No AMD!), and Intel USB 3.0 chipset
- 64-bit (x64)
- Physical dual-core 3.1 GHz (2 logical cores per physical) or faster
- USB 3.0 controller dedicated to the Kinect for Windows v2 sensor or the Kinect Adapter for Windows for use with the Kinect for Xbox One
- 4 GB of
- Graphics card that supports DirectX
- Windows 8 or 8.1, or Windows Embedded 8 or higher.
How to help
You can help us by making suggestions or remarks that help us to develop Kinec-tics. Have a look at the source code.
Please send an e-mail to:
Check out some demo videos:
Extra documents and files
- A thesis which used Kinec-tcs.
- An Excel file which calculates different angles that Kinec-tics does not automatically provide.