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EIS support for Intel Real Sense camera

mvasquez
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Hi everybody,

I wonder if there is any  kind of ingestion support for Intel Real Sense Camera. Looking the demo sample I noticed 3 types of frames are polled at same time (infrared, depth and color).

https://github.com/IntelRealSense/librealsense/tree/master/wrappers/python/examples/box_dimensioner_multicam

The type of those frames is: https://intelrealsense.github.io/librealsense/python_docs/_generated/pyrealsense2.frame.html 

On the other hand the type of EIS frame blob is: numpy.ndarray

The question is: how should we integrate this camera if the regular ingestor only process a single type of device?

"ingestor": {
    "pipeline": "/dev/video0",
   "type": "opencv"
}
 
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WengWai_C_Intel
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@mvasquez 

Thanks for the interest in using Intel Real Sense camera. For the current version of EII, it is supporting common GigE camera, RTSP camera and USB camera. For Real Sense camera with multi-frame support, the upcoming release of EII will include this feature and it is targeting to be available around July'21 timeframe. Hope this information helped. 

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WengWai_C_Intel
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@mvasquez 

Thanks for the interest in using Intel Real Sense camera. For the current version of EII, it is supporting common GigE camera, RTSP camera and USB camera. For Real Sense camera with multi-frame support, the upcoming release of EII will include this feature and it is targeting to be available around July'21 timeframe. Hope this information helped. 

mvasquez
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