The Structure Sensor has been designed from the beginning to work with multiple platforms. In addition to the USB Hacker Cable and downloadable CAD to design custom brackets, we’ve also ensured that the Structure Sensor is compatible with the latest OpenNI2 drivers. These drivers will allow the Structure Sensor to communicate with OpenNI2 compatible programs for Linux, Windows, OS X and Android (including ones you may want to build yourself!).
Here’s where to find the latest OpenNI2 drivers: https://github.com/occipital/OpenNI2
In addition, you may need to make a few minor changes to config files based on what platform you plan to use. To learn about these changes, please download our Quick Start Guide to using the Structure Sensor with OpenNI2.
Update: In mid-2014, we decided to take over active maintenance of OpenNI2. In doing so, we are able to help the broader OpenNI community, even people not using Structure Sensor, as well as maintain and improve an open driver for Structure Sensor. We have already adopted many pull requests from the community, and made our own improvements. We encourage you to contribute issues and pull requests on our OpenNI2 repository on Github!