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LakTEK – Real-time Collaborative Editing with Web Sockets, Node.js & Redis
Yay, a new release after nearly one year - 2.0.2 "Better Late Than Never"! Main new features: improved Kinect support XML-based configuration files for the tracking daemon integrated gesture recognition daemon into frontend lots and lots of bugfixes Downloads: Windows: Source package download (needs Windows SDK and FreeGLUT) MacOS X: Source package download (needs XCode development packages) Linux: Source package download (needs build-essential,freeglut3-dev) Ubuntu Oneiric/Natty/Maverick/Lucid (11.10 - 10.04): super-quick installation via PPA:sudo apt-add-repository ppa:floe/libtisch sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install libtisch2 libtisch2-dev libtisch2-csharp libtisch2-java libtisch2-python We've got a new release - 1.1.2 "Fire Engine" - now with Kinect support! TISCH - Tangible Interactive Surfaces for Collaboration between Humans TISCH - Tangible Interactive Surfaces for Collaboration between Humans
Since the Kinect has been "free'd" you can find a driver in the github repository - currently the driver is under heavy construction {1}. There's also a Wiki {2}, a high frequency mailing list at google.groups {3} and a couple of weblogs dealing with the Kinect e.g., gilotopia.The drive of all these guys (and prop. girls) is awesome (Thank you all)! I like to add my two cents (for now)...How to compile libfreenect on Ubuntu 10.10: At first, install some dependencies - these should be fine - If I'm missing something please let me know/comment. (Thank you anonymous ^^) sudo apt-get install cmake libglut3-dev pkg-config build-essential libxmu-dev libxi-dev libusb-1.0-0-dev Compile OpenKinect on Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick | Kinect / libfreenect | ICRAM v4.0 Compile OpenKinect on Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick | Kinect / libfreenect | ICRAM v4.0
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