Optoelectronics

RealSense camera from Intel to be showcased at electronica

14th October 2016
Lanna Cooper

 

Rutronik will be showcasing the RealSense Camera that enables real 3D scanning and data output, from Intel at electronica in the Innovation Centre RUTRONIK EMBEDDED in hall A5, booth 262.

 

The digital Intel RealSense Camera combines a 1080p-HD-camera, the smallest Infrared Laser Projector with an improved range by 60%, as well as an Infrared Camera with an optimised IR sensor, up to 200fps support, more than 18M 3D points per second and a three times improved signal quality. With these, the camera 'sees' like the human eye to sense depth and track human motion.

The 2nd gen ASIC with an RGB latency of <1ms offers an autonomous mode with auto exposure and auto range. The System Module has a >5x reduction in standby power, an option for wake up on RealSense and a 340mW reduction in active power. The software features the new Virtual Stylus gesture mode with jitter free hover and a 2x improvement in gestures speed (upto 2m/s).

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