FREENECT-CPPVIEW(1) libfreenect manual FREENECT-CPPVIEW(1)NAME
freenect-cppview - manual page for freenect camera test
This is a simple demo program that illustrates the use of the C++ libfreenect library. It also provide a simple way to test the
communication with the freenect device.
ESC Exit the program
Key W Increase tilt
Key S Reset tilt to 0
Key X Decrease tilt
Key E Set tilt to 10
Key C Set tilt to -10
Key F Change video format
Key 1 Change LED color to still green
Key 2 Change LED color to still red
Key 3 Change LED color to still yellow
Key 4 Change LED color to blinking green
Key 5 Change LED color to blinking green
Key 6 Change LED color to blinking red and yellow
Key 0 Switch off the LED
SEE ALSO fakenect(1), freenect-glview(1), freenect-glpcview(1)OpenKinect 2012-05-21 FREENECT-CPPVIEW(1)
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