Edit : The top part that makes connection from top to bottom base using the screw proved to be quite fragile, and the two parts tend to separate on the back (not completely, but ~2mm).The stand is also not well balanced, and quite fragile. I will make an update in a few days. Otherwise, it's very much useable.
I'm designing a 3D scanner based on a Kinect 360, and a Raspberry Pi 3.
Software part is not finished yet. Otherwise, 3D design is OK... Please come here later for updated instructions about the software !
I was no happy with this design : https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:698577
No trigger, no screw fixtures to keep parts assembled, nearly impossible to import / mod.
So I re-designed it from scratch, using a AR-15 machine-gun example.
I included a trigger, a space to mount a micro-switch, a screw fixture (it also acts as a pivot for the trigger), and a support.
You just need a micro-switch (like the one in the picture), and a 3x20mm screw / nut.
I printed everything at 0.2mm with 17% infill. Just put the grip, kinect_mount and trigger upside-down on the printer's bed. No need for supports.
I also included the sketchup files if you have to mod the design.