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calibration projector calibration fixed
data New file.
multikinect Final tuning for release.
nestk @ 8b8a8b6 update master from upstream
object Final tuning for release.
people-tracker Cleanup bundle building.
reconstructor Cleanup bundle building.
skeletor Fix path issues with openni.
viewer calibrate_projector opt bug fix, viewer default save format change
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CMakeLists.txt Final tuning for release.
Copyright.txt Import calibration and viewer.
NEWS Update version to 0.6.1.
README Cleanup for release.
THANKS Cleanup for release.
check_mac_bundle.sh Update nestk.
fix_macosx_bundle.sh New script to fix the bundle nightmare.
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linux_configure.sh Improve compilation on MacOSX.
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README

Demo software to visualize, calibrate and process Kinect output
http://nicolas.burrus.name/index.php/Research/KinectRgbDemoV6

This software was partly developed in the RoboticsLab
http://roboticslab.uc3m.es and aims at providing a simple toolkit to
start playing with Kinect data.

The code is based on the freenect library http://openkinect.org, 
the OpenNI library http://openni.org, OpenCV http://opencv.willowgarage.com,
and PCL http://pointclouds.org.

The demos are based on a library called nestk. The library itself is
easy to integrate to an existing project using cmake: just copy the
nestk folder as a subfolder of your project and you should be able to
start working with Kinect data. You can get a tutorial to get started
there: http://nicolas.burrus.name/index.php/Research/KinectUseNestk .

ROADMAP
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* New demos!
* GPU acceleration using OpenCL
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