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After writing my previous instructable, I was asked about installing some slightly different software to use with the Kinect. Since I'd already done it, I figured it wouldn't ...
Computer - with a fresh Ubuntu install Kinect Spare Time
For this, I opted to use the newest release of Ubuntu: 11.04. I downloaded and installed the 32 bit version onto my laptop, then used Update Manager to ...
After the system is installed and the updates are complete, The first program you're going to need is OpenKinect. They have excellent instructions on their webpage to get ...
The Keyboard Anywhere script is written in Python, which OpenKinect can't deal with in its regular installed state. Happily, there is a Python Wrapper that allows the two ...
The python script for Keyboard Anywhere can be found at that link. All the information below can be found by reading the README provided in the package you ...
The instructions given in the Keyboard-Anywhere README for installing these files, is difficult at best, nightmarish at worst. Instead of following those directions, I've opted to install it ...
FluidSynth, for some reason, doesn't play nice with the python scripts that are trying to use it. To fix this, I installed pyFluidSynth. It seems to work nicely. ...
Everything is now installed, all you have to do is run Keyboard Anywhere. Navigate to the appropriate directory, and run using the python command. You need to use ...
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