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In fact, the code used to build SR305, andIntelOther RealSense devices are no different. The company clearly stated in the documentation that it allows users to upgrade to more powerful devices with relative ease.
Used in conjunction with the Intel RealSense SDK 2.0 (Software Development Kit), the SR 305 can be used in a variety of operating systems and packetizers.
In a short distance (the official recommended depth perception distance is about 1 meter), SR305 can capture 60fps images at a resolution of 640 × 480.
It is worth mentioning that the SR305 is a completely stand-alone device, and all depth calculations can be performed on the onboard ASIC.
The device is currently available on the Intel RealSense official website for a pre-order price of $79 (544 RMB) with camera module, mounting bracket, USB cable, and tripod.
Finally, users can use the SR305 RealSense depth-aware camera without having to apply for any special qualifications or through any type of online registration.
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