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Советы и рекомендации по использованию Unity с Intel RealSense SDK 2014

Отправлено: Коллин Калбертсон (Intel) 6 декабря 2014 г.

В этой статье предоставляется информация, рекомендации и ссылки для разработчиков, использующих Unity с RealSense SDK 2014. Оставляйте в комментариях дополнения и поправки, и я добавлю их в дальнейшие версии этой статьи. Заходите сюда почаще, чтобы следить за обновлениями.

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