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@sparksmith answer is likely right. If you need to use openni2_launch to get your Xtion to work at all, you could use openni2_tracker instead. The base repo actually doesn't do much (it seems due to licensing issues with NITE2), but github user @nxdefiant submitted a pull request that mostly provides the functionality of the original openni_tracker.

The other solution would be to get your Asus to work with openni_launch and then use openni_tracker. See my answer here for how you might do that.