Intel's RealSense Camera for real 3D scanning - in distribution

October 17, 2016 // By Graham Prophet
Distributor Rutronik has the digital Intel RealSense Camera, which combines a 1080p-HD-camera, the smallest Infrared Laser Projector with an improved range by 60%, as well as an Infrared Camera with an optimized IR sensor, up to 200 fps support, more than 18M 3D points per second and a three times improved signal quality.

With these attributes, the camera “sees” like the human eye to sense depth and track human motion,with 3D data output. It features a 2nd Generation ASIC with an RGB latency of <1 msec offering 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 340 mW reduction in active power. The software features the new “Virtual Stylus” gesture mode with jitter free hover and a 2x improvement in gestures speed (up to 2 m/sec).


Rutronik will show the camera at the electronica trade fair, in its Embedded Innovation Centre display, in hall A5, stand 262.