RealSense D455 Stereo Camera from Intel

The new arrival in my home-lab. The Intel RealSense D455 stereo camera - just freshly released. It's made well and works out of the box.

Next week will be testing the accuracy of the depth map and also the quality of the RGB mapping onto the point cloud - this is very critical for my current multi-camera projects.

I really hope this camera is a big improvement comparing to D435i and also comparing to the competitors like ZED-2. The image sensor has a lower resolution than the former D435i, but the overall quality of the image and latency is pretty good (feels better).

Stay tuned.


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