An introduction to the Intel® RealSense™ 3D Camera R200, a world facing camera capable of 3D scanning, Scene Perception, and Enhanced Photography among other features.
This guide will get you up and running quickly with the Intel® RealSense™ SDK on your Windows 10 equipped computer. If you are new to the Intel RealSense SDK and are working with a computer running Windows 10, this material will give you a head start on creating Intel RealSense applications for desktop projects.
The Roemotion* Roy robotic arm launched via Kickstarter in 2012. The arm is a human-sized animatronic character creating only laser-cust mechanics and off-the-shelf servos. In this experiment, hand control software was developed using the Intel® RealSense™ SDK for Windows* to control the Roy hand using the SDK’s hand tracking APIs.
This article describes how to make a pan-tilt person-tracking camera rig using an Intel® RealSense™ camera (R200) and a few inexpensive electronic components. The goal of this project was to devise a mechanism that extends the viewing range of the camera for tracking a person in real time.
This article and sample application show you how to use the Intel® RealSense™ camera (R200) and the Enhanced Photography functionality that is part of the Intel® RealSense™ SDK. The article separates the Intel RealSense SDK functionality from the GUI layer code to make it easier to focus on the R200 Enhanced Photography functionality.
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This C#/XAML code sample demonstrates the basics of capturing and viewing raw R200 camera streams using the Intel® RealSense™ SDK for Windows*.
This C#/XAML code sample demonstrates the basics of using the Enhanced Photography (EP) module in the Intel® RealSense™ SDK for Windows* to change the focus point of a picture after capturing it.
This C#/XAML code sample demonstrates the basics of using the face tracking algorithm in the Intel® RealSense™ SDK for Windows* to detect and track a person’s face in real time using the R200 camera.