intel RealSense™ D400 Product Family Reviews

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    4.3/5 (3)

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sam biermans

Heliovision

Nov 14, 2022

  • Overall

    4.9/5

  • Meet Requirements

    5/5

  • Easy to Use

    4/5

  • Quality of Documentation

    5/5

  • Quality of Support

    5/5

  • Compatibility

    5/5

  • Value for Money

    5/5

  • Recommendation

    5/5

Period
  • 2022
Title
We have been using the realsense camera for basic 3D imaging and dept information as an added sensor to some 2D applications. It helps us locate the general 3D shape of objects and makes sure the environment if free for the robot and tools to move.
Pro
A lot of documentation can be found on the internet. Some suppliers have built different housings for the camera. The price is good for the point cloud you get.
Con
The camera is not industrial grade, it is more developed for R&D or to be build into a different OEM solution.

Daniel Feliu

Khalifa University Science and Technology

Nov 1, 2022

  • Overall

    3.6/5

  • Meet Requirements

    4/5

  • Easy to Use

    3/5

  • Quality of Documentation

    3/5

  • Quality of Support

    4/5

  • Compatibility

    4/5

  • Value for Money

    3/5

  • Recommendation

    4/5

Period
  • 2021
Title
We were using this camera in order to detect the 3D position of branches of trees and collect samples in the nature with flapping wing robots
Pro
The quality of the images
Con
The price is a little high in comparison with other cameras

Alessandro Palleschi

University of Pisa

Oct 28, 2022

  • Overall

    4.4/5

  • Meet Requirements

    4/5

  • Easy to Use

    5/5

  • Quality of Documentation

    4/5

  • Quality of Support

    4/5

  • Compatibility

    5/5

  • Value for Money

    5/5

  • Recommendation

    4/5

Period
  • 2022
Title
I have used the Intel RealSense D415 camera for research for pick-and-place applications (using both RGB and Point Cloud data), dynamic human and object tracking.
Pro
Affordable and easy to use. Intel provides SDKs compatible both with Linux and Windows, and it also offers a ROS wrapper that makes it easy and fast to integrate the sensor with other programs and algorithms.
Con
Limited range for depth data and field of view. The point cloud is sometimes noisy and acquiring the 3D data via ros can be computationally heavy causing the ros node to crash.