Intel has launched two new D400-series 3D RealSense cameras at CES 2018. The new Intel RealSense D415 and D435 depth cameras can process complex depth data in real time. The company claims that the new cameras can add 3D capabilities to any device. The new models are aimed at developers, makers, and educators. These can be used in any lighting environment. Read more to find about Intel RealSense D415, D435 Depth Cameras Price in India, Specifications, and Features
Price and Availability
|Intel RealSense D415||$149 (approx Rs 9,500)|
|Intel RealSense D435||$179 (approx Rs 11,400)|
The Intel RealSense D415 is priced at $149 (approx Rs 9,500). Whereas the Intel RealSense D435 will be available at $179 (approx Rs 11,400). As of now, there is no information about an Indian launch date or price.
Specifications and Features
- Turnkey optical depth solution
- Intel RealSense vision processor
- Intel RealSense SDK 2.0
- USB-powered form factor
- HD resolution at 90fps
The new Intel D400-series 3D RealSense cameras come with a USB-powered form factor. While the D415 measures 99 x 20 x 23mm, the D435 measures 90 x 25 x 25mm. The new cameras come with D400 depth module, a turnkey optical depth solution, and new Intel RealSense vision processor. Intel claims that new devices can process complex depth data in real time and can be used in any lighting environment (both indoors and outdoors).
The highlight of the D415 and D435 depth cameras is Intel’s RealSense SDK 2.0 (cross-platform, open source SDK) technology. The company claims that the new ‘RealSense Stereo Depth Technology brings 3D to devices and machines that only see 2D today.’ The new depth cameras offer an HD (1280 x 720pixels) resolution at 90fps (frames per second). The RGB sensors offer the same resolution at 30fps.
Both cameras are mostly identical in most departments. However, the D415 has a narrow field of view and a rolling shutter (useful for smaller objects), while the D435 comes with a wider field of view and a global shutter (captures depth perception in moving objects and larger areas).
The new cameras are targetted at developers, manufacturers, makers and educators. Intel claims that the new cameras are easy to use add human-like 3D vision to devices. The Intel RealSense D400 Depth Camera series makes it easy for developers to build 3D depth sensing into any design.
“Many of today’s machines and devices use 2D image recognition-based computer vision, but with Intel RealSense’s best-in-class depth technology, we are redefining future technologies to ‘see’ like a human, so devices and machines can truly enrich people’s lives,” said Sagi Ben Moshe, VP, Intel RealSense.