Streaming with Azure Kinect DK
MacOS vcpkg azure-kinect-sensor-sdk is currently broken so no streaming on MacOS until that is fixed (which is likely never).
Azure Kinect streams at high-bandwidth so if you want to send a sensor stream across the network it might be a good idea to compress the stream.
3.1 Run Sensor Stream Client with OpenCV (this will use OpenCV to visualize incoming streams)
Run with whatever port you have set in the config yaml (default is 9999)
3.2 Run Sensor Stream Server
You will need to provide an argument which has a path to the config yaml you want to use. Above we are using a config yaml that sets us up to stream color, depth, and IR raw to Sensor Stream Client.
You can update the config file to use different encoders to compress the feed and reduce bandwidth requirements.
You may have to try to plug in your Azure Kinect to different USB ports if you get an error connecting with Sensor Stream Server.