CamPong – Smartphone PONG Using Camera and Built-in Projector
Nofar Carmeli and Rom Herskovitz
Supervised by Aaron Wetzler
In this project, we introduce the use of a mobile phone, equipped with a camera and a projector, to allow real time hand detection. We present a demo of an interactive pong game that is controlled by the players' natural hand movements during the game. To the best of our knowledge this is the first known use of a commodity cellular phone that uses an inbuilt projector to perform real time structured light projections coupled with real time image processing. The project is built with very high constraints of both CPU and memory usage which are even more prominent due to the requirement to perform real time image processing in conjunction with screen projecting and in-game logic processing.
Please, see project report.
Please, see project demo.