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Introduction: Recently, according to foreign media reports, Intel is launching a new RealSense camera, which is designed to give the machine a sense of position, the focus is to enable hardware manufacturers to help their products understand their own in the world. The location on the top. The RealSense Tracking Camera T265 is designed to facilitate the display of robotics and AR/VR hardware with tracking technology from the inside out.

Recently, according to foreign media reports, Intel is launching a new RealSense camera, which is designed to give the machine a sense of position, the focus is on enabling hardware manufacturers to help their products understand themselves. The location of the world. The RealSense Tracking Camera T265 is designed to facilitate the display of robotics and AR/VR hardware with tracking technology from the inside out.

The tracking camera utilizes SLAM (Synchronous Positioning and Mapping) technology to locate the device and generate a detailed spatial layout of the environment in which it is located. At the same time, tracking is used from the inside out, that is, it does not require an external sensor to help locate the robot and other automated machines, especially if the GPS is unreliable or non-existent. For example, an agricultural robot can map farmland and adapt to obstacles such as buildings and rocks during flight.

This camera is powered by the Movidius Myriad 2 computer vision chipset, which is responsible for camera data processing.

It relies on the same amount of processing hardware as other recent projects, which reduces the processing burden on other devices without requiring a large amount of energy. The only requirement is a 1.5W power supply, a USB connection and enough memory to power it.

The T265 will begin shipping at the end of February for $199 and is intended for developers who want to create their own devices without having to design their own systems from scratch.

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