Real sense basics

Real sense basics

Hi Team,


I am very new to intel real sense SDK

Could somebody guide me in Hand recognisation.

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You can start by browsing the samples, and then read the code of the hand tracker sample. Also, there is a lot of information in the SDK documentation. Have a look here:

@samontab  I need the code explanation of algorithams

@aravind g., what do you mean by that? Could you explain a little bit further?


@ Andre I am going through the Hand viewer in (c#). There is a lot of inbuilt source.I need clear explanation of it. Is it possible for you to have a web conference.

What is not clear? read the documentation and see the source code of the examples. It is all there.

Hi Aravind,

You can try to look this set of simple samples that I made:

They were made to version 4.0 but if you replace the DLLs inside the folder Libs by the new ones, you should get it working.



Hi Mr Felipe,

The example is very complete. but I have a little problem. I can not run these examples. after I replace the  lippxcclr.cs.dll also unworkable.

Location Error:

PXCMSession.ImplVersion sdkVersion = session.QueryVersion();

Information Error.

An unhandled exception of type 'System.NullReferenceException' occurred in SpeechRecognitionDictation.exe

Pelase what I must doing? thx.




Hi Ariska,

If C# is your thing, you can try SharpSenses:

All you have to do is create a new project, install the nuget package "Install-Package SharpSenses.RealSense" and you're good to go. No need to import any other dll and it works with x32 and x64.

For speech recognition:

   car cam = Camera.Create();
   cam.Speech.SpeechRecognized += (s, a) => {
        Console.WriteLine("-> " + a.Sentence);

Currently it works with R3, but I''ll upload the R4 version by the end of the week.


Hi Aravind,

You need to replace both libraries (libpxccpp2c.dll and libpxcclr.cs.dll) inside the Libs folder and make sure that you are building for the right architecture (win32 or x64) or for AnyCpu. After making sure that you replaced everything, just clean your Visual Studio build and run the samples again.



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