Today I downloaded the nuitrack to test my new pc.
But it didn’t work because of this exception.
So I replaced nuitrack with nuitrack file of old pc.
Then, it didn’t throw exception.
What happened between version 0.22.1 and version 0.23.1?
Hi Olga, first of all, thanks for the help. I already have set the import settings in that way.
Still getting the exception in the Unity examples and my own builds. I also use x64 version and triple checked the environment variables. They all echo correctly. C# examples also work out with my Orbec Astra and RealSense D435 (Is that actually a proper test to see if the installation works correctly?).
However, when I reinstalled the sdk lately I encountered an error in the CamRotation script “GameVersion does not exist in the context”. I had to comment those sections out in order to get started. What does GameVersion do and could it be a reason for my missing DLL issues?
Is there a way to manually copy the nuitrack LIB in the build folder of the Unity project?
I’m sorry I didn’t write well.
I downloaded version 0.23.1 at nuitrack.com and played it but didn’t work.
So I changed version to 0.22.1 then it didn’t throw exception.
I think 0.23.1 has this problem and this post uploaded after version update.
When importing NuitrackSDK.unitypackage to your Unity project, you have to tick all the components (folders, scripts…) shown in the window “Import Unity Package”. They’re all ticked by default. It seems that you unticked some folder or script.
I am having a similar issue. I am trying to see if Nuitrack will work with my companies software to replace the Kinect, but this issue is blocking any progress. I have the nuitrack_c11_sample working fine, I just cannot get the C# example solution nor the Unity example to work. I’ve tried reinstalling everything, checking my environment variables, and checking my versions. My visual studio solution won’t let me manually add the missing references to the solution. I had it working at one point a couple weeks ago but now it doesn’t. Is there any solution you can think of? Maybe I could try using an older version of Nuitrack?