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Chanwoo_P_
Beginner
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RealSense Raw Data without SDK

Hi, 

I'm planning to use mulitple R200 together and I know the current RealSense SDK does not supprot multiple camera. 

Therefore I'm planning to make a FPGA board with multiple USB 3.0 ports on it. That means there would be no Windows or Linux-type OS so I can't use Realsense SDK.

My question is, 

Can I get RGB image / Depth map with just binary stream coming to FPGA board?

Is there any kind of "Open" source code for that? I don't need face/gesture recognition or anything. I just want to have a RGB image/ Depth map aligned together. 

Thanks in advance.

Steve Park

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Anton_K_2
Beginner
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Try the "librealsense": https://github.com/IntelRealSense/librealsense

Functionality:

  1. Native streams: depth, color, infrared
  2. Synthetic streams: rectified images, depth aligned to color and vice versa, etc.
  3. Intrinsic/extrinsic calibration information
  4. Majority of hardware-specific functionality for individual camera generations (UVC XU controls)
  5. Multi-camera capture across heterogeneous camera architectures (e.g. mix R200 and F200 in same application)
Chanwoo_P_
Beginner
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Hi Anton, 

Thank you for your prompt answer.

But doesn't "librealsense" run on Intel / ARM Core ? 

I couldn't find any board (Raspberry Pi, Up Board, MinnowBoard Max, Odroid) which has multiple USB 3.0 port. so that's why I'm planning to make a my own FPGA board. But I'm not sure Realsense would run on FPGA board.

 

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