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Hello guys, I am new to this forum.
I want to work with Kinect using Java. However, when I want to run it, the console gives me an error points to the bin folder. This is the error:
EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION (0xc0000005) at pc=0x000007fef365531a, pid=2920, tid=6828
Looks like some piece of native code is trying to access some memory that it isn't allowed to. This probably is a C/C++ equivalent of a NullPointerException inside the native code - a NULL pointer or reference is being used as if the pointer/reference has a valid value.
It seems that you are trying to use the Java Native Interface (JNI) in order to access Kinect. There are several open source and easy to use Java classes that have already implemented that. You can take a look at the J4K open source Java for Kinect library at J4K project website. A video tutorial on how to use Kinect in Java is also available at: Video Kinect in Java Tutorial. I hope that this helps.
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