Yes, it is possible to process the pointcloud to smooth that imperfections but losing detail.
The sofa mesh has no post-process applied (other than finding the normals for the point set).
I've captured the point cloud using #processing with kinectPV2 library (with some tweaking to enable point capture and process the point coordinates properly), and the official microsoft drivers. To generate the mesh I've used .
This shows us two things, the picture looks like a digital collage (so I assume that they don't have a proper working prototype), and they have run as crazy to release these pictures...
Come on, find the mistake!.
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The last exercise is based in "The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha" (aka #Donquijote ). I'm taking the complete original text and extracting the total word count, the longest word and how many times an user-specified keyword appears in the book.
If you want to join the exercise, you can fork this repository (https://github.com/angellinares/Quixote) in . Improvements, new ideas and comments are welcome.
If I have enough time I would like to translate the code into Processing and create some nice viz with it. Because of the lack of time the code is poorly comment (sorry for that), and not very well "organized".
Some data extracted:
Different words count: 21870
The longest word is "bienintencionadamente", with 21 char length.
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