The Intel® RealSense™ Depth Camera Manager (DCM) is intended to expose interfaces to streaming video from the Intel® RealSense™ camera F200 and R200, for both color and depth data streams. The camera service allows multiple Intel® RealSense™ SDK applications and a single non-SDK application to access data from the camera simultaneously, without blocking each other. Without the camera service, only one application can access the data from the camera at a time to assure that the correct data is received.
Enhanced Platform Awareness (EPA) relies on a set of OpenStack Nova* features called Host Aggregates and Availability Zones. The Nova scheduler uses these objects to determine which host a guest should be launched on based on the capabilities of the host and the requested features of the virtual machine (VM). This article demonstrate how EPA can be used by the operator in OpenStack deployments and by developers to add more filters. Along the way we will try to unlock the mysteries behind Flavors, Host Aggregates, and Availability Zones and help to enable EPA in your lab.
This article describes how to check if the multibuffer code path is being used so that systems administrators can verify that their web server is operating as expected. Note that this procedure assumes that the web server is running on a Linux*-based system.
TouchDesigner*, created by Derivative, is a popular platform/program used worldwide for interactivity and real-time animations during live performances as well as rendering 3D animation sequences, building mapping, installations and recently, VR work. This article is part 1 of a two-part article in which Audri Phillips explains how the Intel® RealSense™ camera is integrated into and can be used in TouchDesigner*. The demos in Part 1 use the Intel RealSense camera TOP node, and the demos in Part 2 use the CHOP node. Both Part 1 and 2 include animations and downloadable TouchDesigner* files, .toe files, which can be used to follow along.
The release of Apache* Cordova* CLI 5 by the Apache* Cordova project resulted in a change to how the android:versionCode parameter, found in the AndroidManifest.xml file of every Android* and Android-Crosswalk APK, is calculated for apps built with the Intel® XDK using CLI 5. The android:versionCode is directly derived from the App Version Code field in the Build Settings section of the Projects tab:
The fourth release (R4) of the gold SDK, version 6.0, is now available for the Intel® RealSenseTM F200 camera and gold release for the Intel® RealSenseTM world facing R200 camera. Please note that the camera driver/service (DCM) for the F200 OR R200 camera must be installed as well as the SDK. Please use DCM 1.4.27 for the F200 camera and DCM 2.0.3 for the R200 camera. They are available on the same download page as the SDK.
Justin Link talks about Chronosapien Interactive's experience in natural user interface (NUI) development with Intel® RealSense™ technology. The article focuses on the importance of user feedback for hand movements and gestures. Part 2.