Intel RealSense Camera SR300 | New Product Brief
Intel’s RealSense Camera SR300 is a front-facing 1080p camera with 3D depth capabilities.
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RealSense Camera SR300
Intel’s RealSense Camera SR300 is a front-facing 1080p camera with 3D depth capabilities. The camera module is designed to let developers leverage the capabilities of Intel’s RealSense SDK, enabling more natural interactions with computers.
The SR300 includes a 1080p camera capable of streaming at 30 fps, or 60 fps at 720p, and an IR laser projector and camera to measure depth. It enables improved hand and finger tracking, facial analysis and recognition, gesture recognition, 3D scanning, background segmentation, and a cursor mode, which allows the finger to control the cursor. The module also includes dual-array microphones for voice commands and control.
- Video streaming: 1080p @ 30 fps, 720p @ 60 fps
- Depth measurement: VGA @ 60 fps, HVGA @ 110 fps
- Synchronized depth, color, IR video
- Range, indoors: 0.2 m to 1.5 m
- Dimensions: 12.6 mm x 110 mm x 4.1 mm
- Connectivity: USB 3.0
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