homebrew-openni2 - OpenNI2-related formulae for the Homebrew package manager

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homebrew-openni2 is a project for installing OpenNI2 related modules with Homebrew: OpenNI2-FreenectDriver for Kinect for Xbox360. If you want to use OpenNI (not 2), refer to homebrew-openni.

https://github.com/totakke/homebrew-openni2

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