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Our first Kinect hack – hello world with the motors

Our first Kinect hack – hello world with the motors. After we did a quick data dump we spent about 20 minutes and figured out motor control. We posted that code on GitHub too. Ok folks, it’s up to you now 🙂


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5 Comments

  1. Come on over to #openkinect on freenode.

  2. Good job Lady Ada!

  3. I keep getting “the file could not be loaded due to a corruption” on wave.tdc- am I downloading it wrong? I right click on the raw link and save it.

  4. Oh yeah there’s the download button on the upper right.

  5. I just tried libfreenect and it works great:
    git://git.marcansoft.com/libfreenect.git

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