Difference between revisions of "Setting up the Kinect with Processing"

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In order to get the kinect to work with Processing you need to install a couple of things.
 
In order to get the kinect to work with Processing you need to install a couple of things.
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First of all you need to install Processing: https://processing.org/download/
 
First of all you need to install Processing: https://processing.org/download/
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Next you need SimpleOpenNI:  
 
Next you need SimpleOpenNI:  
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Unzip to: Documents/Processing/libraries/
 
Unzip to: Documents/Processing/libraries/
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If you are on Windows you also need to download the [http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=275588 Kinect SDK]
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Make sure to close Processing (command + q), or it won't find the SimpleOpenNI library.
 
Make sure to close Processing (command + q), or it won't find the SimpleOpenNI library.
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In Processing Preferences check the box that says "Increase available memory to 256 MB" and change 256 to 1024.
 
In Processing Preferences check the box that says "Increase available memory to 256 MB" and change 256 to 1024.

Latest revision as of 20:38, 15 May 2014

In order to get the kinect to work with Processing you need to install a couple of things.


First of all you need to install Processing: https://processing.org/download/


Next you need SimpleOpenNI: https://code.google.com/p/simple-openni/downloads/detail?name=SimpleOpenNI-1.96.zip

Unzip to: Documents/Processing/libraries/


If you are on Windows you also need to download the Kinect SDK


Make sure to close Processing (command + q), or it won't find the SimpleOpenNI library.


In Processing Preferences check the box that says "Increase available memory to 256 MB" and change 256 to 1024.