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wes_t_1
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Realsense and Intel Joule

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I was at IDF, there was a talk and demonstration of running the realsense on the Intel Joule.  Does anyone know where to download the samples for this are?

 

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RBang
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If you're referring to the Turtlebot Demo (https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=23&v=l_RUjLHzeyU), which you can see is utilizing the R200 camera, and moreover confirming Samontab's assumption, the Joule board in fact comes preinstalled with Linux Kernel 4.4 optimized for IOT, so yes you can access and use all the libraries and demos of RealSense cameras till date with the Joule Board.

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samontab
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I would assume that new device was running some kind of Linux system.

If that's the case, they may be using librealsense, which comes with examples and is available here:

https://github.com/IntelRealSense/librealsense

RBang
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If you're referring to the Turtlebot Demo (https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=23&v=l_RUjLHzeyU), which you can see is utilizing the R200 camera, and moreover confirming Samontab's assumption, the Joule board in fact comes preinstalled with Linux Kernel 4.4 optimized for IOT, so yes you can access and use all the libraries and demos of RealSense cameras till date with the Joule Board.

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wes_t_1
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Rishabh Banga wrote:

If you're referring to the Turtlebot Demo (https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=23&v=l_RUjLHzeyU), which you can see is utilizing the R200 camera, and moreover confirming Samontab's assumption, the Joule board in fact comes preinstalled with Linux Kernel 4.4 optimized for IOT, so yes you can access and use all the libraries and demos of RealSense cameras till date with the Joule Board.

I am, however the guy working with the Turtlebot said he was running Ubuntu Core Snappy, and not OSTRO which is the very limited linux distro on the Joule. On the Ubuntu forum, they also claim support https://insights.ubuntu.com/2016/08/16/intel-joule-board-powered-by-ubuntu-core/

 

RBang
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wes t. wrote:

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Rishabh Banga wrote:

 

If you're referring to the Turtlebot Demo (https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=23&v=l_RUjLHzeyU), which you can see is utilizing the R200 camera, and moreover confirming Samontab's assumption, the Joule board in fact comes preinstalled with Linux Kernel 4.4 optimized for IOT, so yes you can access and use all the libraries and demos of RealSense cameras till date with the Joule Board.

 

I am, however the guy working with the Turtlebot said he was running Ubuntu Core Snappy, and not OSTRO which is the very limited linux distro on the Joule. On the Ubuntu forum, they also claim support https://insights.ubuntu.com/2016/08/16/intel-joule-board-powered-by-ubun...



So I check their developer page, and this is what they quote - "A minimal server image with the same libraries as today’s Ubuntu, but applications are provided through a simpler mechanism."

Hence you SHOULD be able to use the RealSense libraries, although in the list of supported devices, there isn't a single Intel board mentioned, so can't really say.

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