The defaults from libfreenect are fine. Signed-off-by: Robert Xiao <email@example.com>
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libfreenect for Java ==================== This is an API decided to be familiar to most Java developers. Where possible, the native library details have been hidden from view. The entry point into the API is the Freenect.createContext() static factory method. This will initialize and return a Context which you can then use to query for and interact with supported devices, like the Microsoft Kinect. The the Javadoc for further details. Building the library ==================== This project is built with Maven and uses the standard maven build phases. See http://maven.apache.org/ for more details. Quick start for Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install maven2 mvn package Using the library ================= The library requires a platform installed shared library of libfreenect to be present in a standard location on the system. This is typically /usr/lib or /usr/local/lib on unix-like platforms. dYou may also be able to place the library in current directory to be loaded, but this is not recommended.