I had made a quick howto compile openni and how to install the binaries I have compiled.
http://www.iarc.utfsm.cl/compile_openni

Hope anyone can make the kinect work.
Regards.

On Sat, Jun 25, 2011 at 5:34 PM, J. L. <vwyodapink@gmail.com> wrote:
Very cool Linus, I have a couple overo powered UAV planes. Great work will keep checking to see your progress.



On Sat, Jun 25, 2011 at 1:35 PM, Linus Casassa <linus@lin.cl> wrote:
I have not used libfreenect. 
We are planing on debugging the Openni and find where all the CPU goes to see if we can get CPU usage down. I read somewhere that libusb is the one that uses all the CPU. I hope I can confirm this next week.

All I did was just compile it. It was straightforward. I will post the commands I did tomorrow so that everyone can replicate what I did. :)

You will see my work on http://www.iarc.usm.cl/ . We are trying to make an autonomous helicopter. Very soon I will post everything I did. Now I only have some videos.

Regards,
Linus.

On Sat, Jun 25, 2011 at 1:39 PM, Linus Casassa <linus@lin.cl> wrote:
Hi,

If someone is interested I got the depth image at 30 fps 649x480 (70% of the cpu) with the openni driver.

Regards.

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Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María
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