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Use UP Board or UP Squared with Intel Realsense SR300 Camera?

I'm trying to create portable device use Intel Realsense, but not sure that UP Board or UP Squared will support this camera?
Have you tested it?
Please let me know if you have any idea with this.
Many Thanks.

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  • eduncan911eduncan911 Posts: 144Administrator, Moderator admin
    edited September 28

    I am not personally aware of their testing with the SR300. But UP has been tested and developed with number of other RealSense cameras such as the ZR300 and D435.

    http://www.up-board.org/upkits/realsense-zr300/

    As a matter of fact the D435 is available in the UP Store as well.

    I wouldn't think the model numbers matter as they are all USB 3.0 back when I researched them and the drivers were available for OS. Just make sure you install the correct Intel driver for your camera and OS and that's it. The UP is fast enough to process a full 60fps.

    As for portability, the smaller-than-a-PostIt note UP Core board works perfectly with them.

    I think UP even had a live demo of the RealSense camera on the UP Core last year at a number of World Maker Faires.

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  • eduncan911eduncan911 Posts: 144Administrator, Moderator admin
    edited September 28

    Found a video demo of the tiny UP Core and a RealSense camera:

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  • eduncan911eduncan911 Posts: 144Administrator, Moderator admin
    edited September 28

    @Nguyen Minh Note, if you go with an UP Board, I think u need the OTG USB 3.0 cable ("OTG" is the important part) to get to the USB 3 ports as the 4xUSB ports exposed on the board are only 2.0:

    https://up-shop.org/up-peripherals/22-usb30-otg-cable.html

    For the UP Core, it already exposes a single USB 3.0 port. However, if you need to connect a USB mouse/kb, you can pickup this cable for the UP Core to get two additional external USB 2.0 ports:

    https://up-shop.org/up-peripherals/181-usb-20-pin-header-cable-wo-uart.html

    Eric Duncan - UP Evangelist - My thoughts are of my own free will

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