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"Applied Depth Sensing with Intel RealSense," a Presentation from Intel

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Sergey Dorodnicov, Software Architect at Intel, presents the "Applied Depth Sensing with Intel RealSense" tutorial at the May 2019 Embedded Vision Summit.

As robust depth cameras become more affordable, many new products will benefit from true 3D vision. This presentation highlights the benefits of depth sensing for tasks such as autonomous navigation, collision avoidance and object detection in robots and drones. Dorodnicov explores a fully functional SLAM pipeline built using free and open source software components and an off-the-shelf Intel RealSense D435i depth camera, and sees how it performs for real-time environment mapping and tracking.