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Edge Insights for Autonomous Mobile Robots

azarul
Employee
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Hi,

 

From the required hardware I can see that the package is using Intel RealSense D435i.

Do Intel RealSense D435 + Intel RealSense T265 able to substitute it?

We can use Intel RealSense T265 for the odometry.

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JesusE_Intel
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Hi azarul,

 

Thanks for reaching out. As you mentioned, the Edge Insights for Autonomous Mobile Robots requires an Intel RealSense D435i camera as it has an internal IMU for tracking. Using an Intel RealSense D435 + Intel RealSense T265 may not be a good substitute as it will require extensive code changes to handle the image/depth data from one camera and the tracking data from the second camera.

 

Support for the T265 is very limited as this product is discontinued. Refer to the existing T265 documentation if you run into any issues using the T265.

 

Additionally, the tracking and depth example demonstrates how to use the D435 and T265 together to display a 3D pointcloud.

 

Regards,

Jesus


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JesusE_Intel
Moderator
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Hi azarul,

 

Thanks for reaching out. As you mentioned, the Edge Insights for Autonomous Mobile Robots requires an Intel RealSense D435i camera as it has an internal IMU for tracking. Using an Intel RealSense D435 + Intel RealSense T265 may not be a good substitute as it will require extensive code changes to handle the image/depth data from one camera and the tracking data from the second camera.

 

Support for the T265 is very limited as this product is discontinued. Refer to the existing T265 documentation if you run into any issues using the T265.

 

Additionally, the tracking and depth example demonstrates how to use the D435 and T265 together to display a 3D pointcloud.

 

Regards,

Jesus


azarul
Employee
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Thanks for the information.

 

Regards,

Azarul

JesusE_Intel
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