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OSC: The demo version will send OSC skeleton data into Isadora, after locking your Kinect camera serial number. NB You will not be able to use the camera again on a different computer with a demo version of Delicode NiMate. You will be required to buy the software.
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Im still struggling on how to make my infrared receiver work, is there anything wrong with the placing of the parts?Anyone else got an idea how to make the serial screen display a couple of 1's when its receiving signals from the infrared receiver?
Another issue is with this part of the code: if (device_detected). The draw() function is like the Arduino loop() function in that it keeps looping through the code. It is repeatedly trying to make a new serial connection to the same port, which MAY explain why the Port busy error message is repeated in the console error messages.
HI @Jeremydouglass and @GoToLoop. Thank you for this. This is very interesting. Yes the Isadora tutorial patch which was designed for Kinect specifies to use it with Processing 2, however I have been working on Processing 3 using this pre-done patch and it has worked. This is first time it has not. @GoToLoop the thred for the previous discussion is useful. Is this only way to go back to Processing 2? The patch for Isadore you can view here: -isadora-kinect-tracking-tutorial-part-2That is what I am using on MAC which provides the processing patch. Thank you.
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