[ml] 2/2 Meetup?
jareddunne at gmail.com
Wed Feb 2 18:47:31 PST 2011
Yes, there is Mac OS X support.
I've finally got it working on my Leopard mbp, but I was loosing tons
of packets followed by it crashing after awhile..
I'm hoping that Snow Leopard will work better. So if anyone turns up
with a Snow Leopard mac I'd be happy to help try and get the drivers
working... Also Ubuntu/linux might be even easier to get up adn
On Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 6:43 PM, Joe Hale <joe at jjhale.com> wrote:
> Hey Jared,
> I'm afraid I'm going to have to bail. Too much work to do.
> are there os X drivers for the kinetic? I'd be really interested in
> testing how large a person has to be in frame in order to be detected.
> You might be able to get it working with a virtualised ubuntu box
> running on a mac.
> On 2 February 2011 18:23, Jared Dunne <jareddunne at gmail.com> wrote:
>> If you have a ubuntu box can you bring it?
>> I've been working on Mac OSX wit it most of today with marginal success.
>> I feel like we might be more succesful on ubuntu. My ubuntu netbook is at home.
>> On Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 2:53 PM, Joe Hale <joe at jjhale.com> wrote:
>>> Sounds good - see you there.
>>> On 2 February 2011 01:58, Jared Dunne <jareddunne at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> What do you all want to do this week? Is there anything scheduled?
>>>> If not, I propose that we play with the freshly donated Kinect.
>>>> If you don't know, the Kinect is an Xbox accessory that provides
>>>> controller-less gameplay by using cameras and such to track a player's
>>>> movement. It has a USB connection and has already been reverse
>>>> engineered to great success within the open source community. Someone
>>>> awesome donated one to Noisebridge last night at the weekly meeting
>>>> with the condition that it never be hooked up to an xbox. Before the
>>>> meeting was over someone already had some software visualizing it's
>>>> view of the 3d world. It was really amazing.
>>>> I'd propose that we try and get it working on someone's laptop and
>>>> then brainstorm on what awesomeness might be able to achieve with it.
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>>>> ml at lists.noisebridge.net
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