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Intel RealSense Camera Installation – NVIDIA Jetson TX1

October 6, 2016 kangalow 24

Intel RealSense cameras can use an open source library called librealsense as a driver for the Jetson TX1 development kit. Looky here: Background Note: This article is intended for intermediate users who are comfortable with Linux kernel development, and can read and modify simple shell scripts if needed. In earlier Read more …

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Sony PlayStation Eye – NVIDIA Jetson TX1

September 29, 2016 kangalow 9

In our last article, we built a kernel for the Jetson TX1. In this article, we go over an example of how to build a simple module for the ubiquitous Sony PlayStation Eye for the Jetson TX1. Looky here: Preface Note: If all you are looking for is a prebuilt Read more …

Kinect V2 on Jetson TX1
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MS Kinect V2 on NVIDIA Jetson TX1

July 11, 2016 kangalow 7

With a USB firmware patch and an updated libfreenect2, the Microsoft Kinect V2 now runs on the Jetson TX1 Development Kit. Looky here: Background For a stretch there it was not possible to run the open source Kinect V2 driver libfreenect2 on the Jetson TX1 because of an issue with Read more …

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RealSense Camera ROS Install on Jetson TK1

June 23, 2016 kangalow 15

In this article, we cover ROS installation of the Intel RealSense Camera on the NVIDIA Jetson TK1. Note: This article was updated 9-9-16. Looky here: Background Note: This article is intended for intermediate to advanced users who are familiar with ROS. One of the intended uses of Intel RealSense Cameras Read more …

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Intel RealSense Camera

June 15, 2016 kangalow 6

The Intel RealSense Camera is a RGBD (Red, Green, Blue, Depth) camera which fits a large amount of imaging technology into a small package. Looky here: Background Over the last couple of years, we’ve had several articles about RGBD cameras. RGBD cameras provide a color image stream (the RGB part) Read more …

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Install Kinect V2 – Part II

March 3, 2015 kangalow 81

Update On April 2nd, Microsoft announced that they are consolidating the Kinect for Windows around a single sensor. They will discontinue “Kinect for Windows V2” described below. However the replacement will be a regular Xbox One Kinect Sensor Bar along with a Kinect Adapter for Windows which will provide a Read more …