You have two options for downloading the Gesture Recognition Toolkit:
- Download the pre-compiled GRT GUI.
- Download the latest development version, which contains all of the source code for both the GRT and for the GRT GUI.
Download the GRT GUI
You can download the latest version (version 0.1.10) of the GUI below:
- Mac OS X Download
- Windows: Coming soon...
- Linux: Coming soon...
|Version||Operating System||Release Date||Notes|
|0.1.10||Mac OS X||13 - Dec - 2013||Added Decision Trees and Random Forests|
|0.1.9||Mac OS X||16 - Nov - 2013||Added new data graphs|
|0.1.8||Mac OS X||4 - Nov - 2013||Added Multidimensional Regression|
|0.1.7||Mac OS X||31 - Oct - 2013||Added additional support for regression|
|0.1.6||Mac OS X||16 - Oct - 2013||-|
|0.1.5||Mac OS X||4 - Oct - 2013||-|
|0.1.4||Mac OS X||1 - Oct - 2013||-|
|0.1.3||Mac OS X||29 - Sep - 2013||-|
|0.1.2||Mac OS X||17 - Sep - 2013||-|
|0.1.1||Mac OS X||11 - Sep - 2013||-|
Download the GRT source code
The current development version can be downloaded from http://code.google.com/p/gesture-recognition-toolkit/.
Downloading the development version of the GRT using subversion
You can checkout the current development version of the GRT using svn (see operating system specific examples below).
Note: the development version of the GRT is regularly updated with new gesture-recognition modules, improvements, and bug fixes. You should therefore update your local copy of the GRT regularly using svn if you are using the development version. You can update your local development version of the GRT by using terminal to change to the directory containing the gesture-recognition-toolkit development folder, then run the command:
Unix Download (OS X & Linux)
On a Unix machine (running OS X or Linux) open terminal, change to a folder you want to download the GRT code to and type:
Some Linux distributions may not contain svn, if so then you should can easily install svn via running the following command in the terminal:
On Windows, you will need to download an SVN client such as tortoisesvn, after which you can use the same code shown above to download the GRT code. If you are using a GUI SVN client, such as tortoisesvn, then you simply need to enter the url of the GRT:
Note that the GRT is available under a MIT license, by downloading the GRT you are agreeing to the conditions of the license:
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
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