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The solution was based on this answer to a similar problem: Adding a u-dev rule for the device

touch /etc/udev/rules.d/orbbec-usb.rules

echo "SUBSYSTEM==\"usb\", ATTR{idProduct}==\"0401\", ATTR{idVendor}==\"2bc5\", MODE:=\"0666\", OWNER:=\"root\", GROUP:=\"video\"\nSUBSYSTEM==\"usb\", ATTR{idProduct}==\"0402\", ATTR{idVendor}==\"2bc5\", MODE:=\"0666\", OWNER:=\"root\", GROUP:=\"video\"\nSUBSYSTEM==\"usb\", ATTR{idProduct}==\"0403\", ATTR{idVendor}==\"2bc5\", MODE:=\"0666\", OWNER:=\"root\", GROUP:=\"video\"\nSUBSYSTEM==\"usb\", ATTR{idProduct}==\"0404\", ATTR{idVendor}==\"2bc5\", MODE:=\"0666\", OWNER:=\"root\", GROUP:=\"video\"\nSUBSYSTEM==\"usb\", ATTR{idProduct}==\"0405\", ATTR{idVendor}==\"2bc5\", MODE:=\"0666\", OWNER:=\"root\", GROUP:=\"video\" " >> /etc/udev/rules.d/orbbec-usb.rules

udevadm control --reload-rules

Unplugging and plugging the device again, and running the launch file, now works.