[Noisebridge-discuss] Kinects donated to Noisebridge, hooked up to Noisebridge public terminal

Pirate Matt bugsglo at gmail.com
Wed Aug 13 00:43:31 UTC 2014


WOW those scans are great! It's funny you post this now, we just had a
visitor not 2 hours ago that was wanting to 3D scan an object. I reffered
here to sudoroom as we (i though) lacked the ability... not that I would
have been able to configure the system on the fly imho anyhow. Thanks David
for the contribution though... I think they will be well loved and used for
several projects in the near future!!! :D


On Tue, Aug 12, 2014 at 3:30 PM, David Rorex <drorex at gmail.com> wrote:

> For quick & easy 3d scans with a Kinect I really like Skanect. It's super
> simple to use and produces decent results. Here's a bunch of scans I made a
> while back: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:70156
>
> These are basically made by having the subject sit in a chair that
> rotates, the kinect placed in front and slightly above on the desk, and
> spinning themselves around with their feet at approx 3-6 RPM.
>
>
> On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 11:00 PM, David Molnar <dmolnar at dmolnar.com>
> wrote:
>
>> hi all,
>>
>> I've donated two Kinect for Windows v1 "Model 1517" devices and one
>> Kinect for Windows v2 device to Noisebridge. Please use them to scan, hack,
>> and build!
>>
>> The two v1 devices are now plugged into the Dell Inspiron 1 public
>> machine. I've installed the "libfreenect" Ubuntu package, which includes
>> libraries, headers, and demos. You can hack on the Kinects from this
>> machine!
>>
>> To try the demo, run "sudo freenect-glview" from the terminal prompt. You
>> should see the video and depth feed from one of the Kinects!
>> (Note: if you plug in and unplug the Kinect, freenect-glview may not work
>> and you may have to uninstall a Linux kernel driver with 'modprobe -r
>> gspca_kinect ; modprobe -r gspca_main . See this page for details
>> http://openkinect.org/wiki/Getting_Started )
>>
>> I've checked out the source code for libfreenect and OpenNI to
>> /home/noisebridge/Kinect-dev
>> Unfortunately, the OpenNI doesn't build and the libfreenect built from
>> source doesn't seem to work with the "Model 1517" device. Hacking
>> opportunity here for someone. The devices have been verified to work with
>> the Kinect for Windows SDK v1.8
>>
>> The V2 device needs a machine with USB 3.0, which the Dell doesn't have.
>> The V2 device is in a box inside the cabinet built into the table holding
>> the public terminal. Please feel free to use the device with the Kinect for
>> Windows v2 SDK or with whatever else you like.
>>
>> Pointers to download the Windows SDKs and a free-as-in-beer version of
>> Visual Studio are on the wiki page for the Intro to Kinect Development
>> class I recently ran
>> https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Intro_to_Kinect_Development
>>
>> Enjoy!
>> David Molnar
>>
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