Intel introduces realsense tracking camera t265: designed specifically for robots, UAVs, AR and VR
on January 24, Intel released a new realsense tracking camera t265, designed specifically for robots, UAVs and augmented/virtual reality (AR/VR) applications. The price is $199 (about RMB 1400), and it will be shipped at the end of February or early March
the new realsense tracking camera t265 is not a subsequent upgrade of this series of products, but a supplementary solution designed to work with realsense depth cameras. Intel described the realsense tracking camera t265 as "a new independent internal and external tracking device, which will provide developers with powerful autonomous device building blocks, high-performance guidance and navigation."
thanks to the proprietary visual inertial ranging synchronous positioning and mapping (v-slam) technology, the new solution can be used for applications requiring accurate and low delay tracking, such as robots, UAVs, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). Intel real tracking camera t265 is powered by movidius m. We found that yriad 2 Vpu provides 6 degrees of freedom (6DOF) internal and external tracking by collecting the input from two onboard fish eye cameras, especially the effective stroke input of the stretcher and sample fixture, Each camera has a range of about 170 degrees from the vertical position of the pendulum hanging on the rack boom. "I believe in the view.
combined with realsense D400 series cameras, t265 can be used for advanced applications, such as occupancy mapping, advanced navigation and collision avoidance in GPS restricted environments, improved 3D scanning, etc