enable you to get images(depth and RGB) from Kinect on MATLAB environment.
|29 Mar 2013||Abdelwahed||
how can it works with 64bit machine, please?
|21 Nov 2012||kinor||
which version of the driver did you use and which of version the OpenNI? Where did you find them?
|31 Aug 2012||Steven||
Thank you so much. This is so easy to set up and it WORKS!
|8 Aug 2011||chen ??||
where to download SensorKinect v0.4?
It seems that the new edition of SensorKinect cannot work for the toolbox. Can anyone tell me where to download SensorKinect v0.4? Or if you have, can you email to "firstname.lastname@example.org". I really appreciate. Thanks very much!
|11 Jun 2011||John||
Does this mex-function already calibrate the Kinect? Or I have to calibrate my Kinect before getting depth image and rgb image?
|18 Mar 2011||Simon||
Hi, I tried your Mex-files previously on Win 32bit. It Works very fine!!!
But, i need some help for installation on Windows 7 64bits and Matlab R2010a. In the readme, you wrote: On 64bit machine, you should build OpenNI and the driver from their source files.
How can we do that?
Thanks a lot for your help!
Here is the solution:
SImply install a 32bit ersion of Matlab on you 64 bit machine with the installer in /bin/win32/
|31 Jan 2011||Enita||
Best work! thx
|29 Jan 2011||Kalla||
At first, it did not work for me. However, I followed this instruction:
Then it worked
|17 Jan 2011||Dirk-Jan Kroon||
Doesn't work with R2010b, but works fine with R2007b.
Sadly not an open-source project.
|13 Jan 2011||Hideki Shirai||
This is a collection of MEX(Matlab EXecutable) files which enable you to get images(depth and RGB) from Kinect on Matlab environment. They are wrapper functions of OpenNI APIs. No tool boxes are required. now available for windows 32bit / 64bit. See readme file and sample m-files for more details.