Intel recently announced its 2 ready-to-use Real-Sense depth Cameras, the D415 and D435. These new cameras have the ability to add 3D capabilities to any device. Both cameras will be available in a USB-powered form factor with a handsome capability of processing depth in real time. This credit goes to the new Real-Sense vision processor D4 of the company. Both models can work indoor and outdoor with any kind of lighting environment. So, they can be used with any device that requires a depth camera. Intel also said that the major target of these new cameras shouldn’t be considered for just manufacturers and developers, but also for makers and educators because they are simple to use and you just need to plug them in.
The open source SDK is a cross-platform and it also comes with Real-Sense SDK 2.0 of Intel. The VP of Intel Real-Sense, Ben Moshe issued a statement that most currently available machines and devices are using 2D image recognition-based computer vision. But, the best-in-class depth technology of Real-Sense is an advanced future technology of Intel to ‘Sense’ like a human. So, machines and devices can really improve the lives of people. The Intel Real-Sense D400 Depth Camera series not only providing an ease to developers in building 3D depth sensing into any design with its ready-to-use form, but they are also able to be connected to high-volume products. the D415 has a narrow field of view and the D435 has a wider field of view. The new D415 is currently available for pre-order at $149 and the D435 at $145.