Hello Pure Data Community
I have recently produced some software called Oskelate, a skeleton responsive music visualiser built in Pure Data and Java.
There are two core sets of functionality built into this system: elements which respond to audio input via the proprietary or external microphone of the operating computer and elements that respond to the performer's skeleton data via Microsoft/X-Box Kinect.
By combining these two responses, Oskelate looks to provide musicians with ability to create a unique visual component to their performance that represents not only the audio qualities of their music but also the kinetic movement of the performer on stage.
Full documentation on Oskelate can be retrieved at its project page found here.
The interface for this project was built by a secondary group of people in Java. This component was not really finished within the duration of the project, however the functionality in the Pure Data patch is complete with OSC so the Java and Pd code may be of use for those exploring that area.
The Pd and Java files can be retrieved at the project's Github repository found here.
Feel free to do with these what you will and any feedback would be gladly appreciated.