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FREENECT-GLVIEW(1)						libfreenect manual						FREENECT-GLVIEW(1)

freenect-glview - manual page for freenect camera test SYNOPSIS
freenect-glview [device_index] DESCRIPTION
This is a simple demo program that illustrates the use of the libfreenect library. It also provide a simple way to test the communication with the freenect device. Shortcuts ESC Exit the program Key W Increase tilt Key S Reset tilt to 0 Key X Decrease tilt 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 OPTIONS
device_index Specify the index of device that should be used. This option is useful when several devices are connected. SEE ALSO
fakenect(1), freenect-glpcview(1), freenect-cppview(1) OpenKinect 2012-05-21 FREENECT-GLVIEW(1)

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Sort::Key::Types(3pm)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				     Sort::Key::Types(3pm)

Sort::Key::Types - handle Sort::Key data types SYNOPSIS
use Sort::Key::Types qw(register_type); register_type(Color => sub { $_->R, $_->G, $_->B }, qw(int, int, int)); # you better # use Sort::Key::Register ... DESCRIPTION
The Sort::Key family of modules can be extended to support new key types using this module (or the more friendly Sort::Key::Register). FUNCTIONS The following functions are provided: Sort::Key::register_type($name, &gensubkeys, @subkeystypes) registers a new datatype named $name defining how to convert it to a multikey. &gensubkeys should convert the object of type $name passed on $_ to a list of values composing the multikey. @subkeystypes is the list of types for the generated multikeys. For instance: Sort::Key::Types::register_type 'Person', sub { $_->surname, $_->name, $_->middlename }, qw(str str str); Sort::Key::Types::register_type 'Color', sub { $_->R, $_->G, $_->B }, qw(int int int); Once a datatype has been registered it can be used in the same way as types supported natively, even for defining new types, i.e.: Sort::Key::Types::register_type 'Family', sub { $_->father, $_->mother }, qw(Person Person); SEE ALSO
Sort::Key, Sort::Key::Merger, Sort::Key::Register. COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright (C) 2005-2007 by Salvador Fandin~o, <>. This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.4 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available. perl v5.14.2 2012-06-30 Sort::Key::Types(3pm)
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