Home Science Intel Introduces RealSense L515, World's Smallest Handle Camera


Intel Introduces RealSense L515, World's Smallest Handle Camera

by ace
Intel apresenta o RealSense L515, menor câmera Lidar do mundo

If you've ever thought about mapping 3D environments in your home, Intel's new product is the perfect solution: The company recently announced the Intel RealSense Lidar L515, a scanning sensor that is made to be compact but not without purpose aside.

Despite its compact size, the RealSense Lidar L515 comes equipped with a 1920 × 1080 / 30Hz RGB sensor, a 1024 × 768 / 30Hz depth sensor and a Bosch BMI085, which includes a gauge unit, gyro and accelerometer.

Intel also says the product is a device that deals with the best energy efficiency and resolution ratio on the market today. An interesting title for a device that measures only 61 x 26 mm and weighs 100 grams. The product also comes with USB Type-C connection and works with Intel RealSense SDK 2.0. Thanks to this, the device brings compatibility with Android, Windows, macOS and Linux, according to AnandTech.

Using the sensors, the product is capable of scanning up to 23 million depths per second. Exposure time of less than 100 ns also ensures clearer, blur-free images, according to the manufacturer.

Image: Intel / Disclosure

While ordinary users may not find use for the technology, the compact Lidar sensor can be of great use to anyone working with 3D or in industries such as industry and commerce. State-of-the-art scanning capability, coupled with augmented reality software, can be useful for inventory management, for example.

"Intel RealSense technology is used to develop products that enrich people's lives by enabling machines and devices to perceive the world in 3D. With the L515 depth camera, we're excited to bring high-resolution coping performance to previously inaccessible markets. to this technology. "
-Sagi BenMoshe, Corporate Vice President, Intel RealSense Group

The Intel RealSense Lidar L515 is available for advance purchase out there for $ 349, about $ 1,430 in direct conversion to our currency. There is no estimate of arrival of the product to Brazil.

Check out more information at official product website.

Via: TechPowerUp, Anandtech


Related Articles

Leave a Comment

8 + ten =

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More