Enable multiple SDK applications to access the Intel RealSense Camera R200’s depth and color streams simultaneously with this utility.
- Intel RealSense Depth Camera Manager R200
- License :Freeware
- OS:Windows All
Intel RealSense Depth Camera Manager R200 Description
Although it shares the name with the first generation of 3D cameras, the truth is that there are major differences between Intel RealSense Camera R200 and its older F200 sibling. While the later is designed for small objects and 3D face scans, the R200 is meant for large scans, such as a full body scan for instance.
However, perhaps the biggest distinction between the two stems from the fact that the latest generation of 3D cameras understand objects and motion. Therefore, it can reconstruct scenes from the physical world using estimations of the camera’s position and orientation in the scene. Even though it may sound premature, the cameras open the way for a gaming with your body era.
Intel RealSense Depth Camera Manager R200 is a utility designed to expose interface to streaming video for color and depth simultaneously. The idea behind the tool is to enable multiple SDK applications to access the stream data from the camera at the same time and without blocking each other.
It is important to note that only a single non-SDK app can be run along with the other applications simultaneously. In addition, you should know that the utility presents some limitations that lead to crashes. Until they are going to be fixed in the next patches, you can check out the developer’s website to learn how you can address them.
- Intel RealSense Camera R200′
- 6th generation (code named SKL-U) Intel Core processor
- 150 MB free hard disk space
- 4GB RAM
- A free USB 3 port for the Intel RealSense 3D Camera, or a dedicated connection for integrated camera.