Kinect installation procedure for 64 bit processor computers and windows 7 64 bit edition
Working on may 17th 2011. 💡
1) Install OpenNi 220.127.116.11 Dev 32 bit (unstable version)
2) Install SensorKinect-Win-OpenSource32-5.0.1
3) Connect the kinect to your computer
In the device manager, you should see :Image
4) Install microsoftvisual C++ 2008 redistribuable if it’s not already installed
5) Installer NITE-Win32-18.104.22.168-Dev (stable version)
6) the free key is 0KOIk2JeIBYClPWVnMoRKn5cdY4=
In the software uninstall window, you should now see this :
In order to use FAAST
DOwnload FAAST 0.8 (http://projects.ict.usc.edu/mxr/faast/)
Make sure your kinect is connected and clic « connect » in the faast window.
You should see those line appear :
Attempting to initialize OpenNI sensor…
Attempting to start VRPN server… success!
The FAAST window is now black, take a few steps back and you will appear on screen
Take the PSI position in order to start the skeletal tracking.
Hey alexym thanks for the post. We’re trying to create Kinect hacks for dated operating systems too but this one’s a sure breakthrough.
this is the first tutorial that gets me beyond the drivers step
but when i try to start FAAST i get that the openni.dll is missing… how can i solve that ?
I would suggest installing the official Kinect SDK in order to make the Kinect work despite what processors you have. The Kinect SDK is a user friendly “all-in-one” pack from Microsoft that let’s users/hackers like us activate the Kinect on our PCs.
This guide is a bit out of date now. But glad I can help if it works out for you!