## Simple Dance Booth Open-Sourced (based on TensorFlow.js demo)

Posted on November 5, 2018 by Noon van der Silk

Over on the Silverpond GitHub account we recently open-sourced the little dance-booth project that we’ve been playing with for a while now.

It’s a very simple little wrapper around their PoseNet demo.

It’s a neat little repo, that runs entirely offline, and, from a webcam or anything that can be accessed via the browser, can be used to capture dances in three forms:

• The raw video from the webcam,
• JSON data of the poses per frame,
• Video of the skeleton dancing on the dance floor.

You’ll find all of these saved under the date-and-time in the ./saved-videos folder. The JSON can be used to recreate the entire dance in any form you wish; it gives the coords of the various joints.

At the present moment it the dance capture only starts when the people in frame all raise their hands above their heads.

Feel free to change and play with as you wish!