Pros / Cons and scanning Best Practices for Intel RealSense D415 and D435
The Intel RealSense D455, D415, and D435 (as well as D435i) sensors are a great choice for scanning outdoors and/or in sunlight. However, as with all sensors, they have both advantages and limitations. Following best practices is highly recommended ...
Minimum Specifications Required to Run Dot3D Pro (with supported Intel RealSense or DPI/PrimeSense 3D cameras)
Minimum System Specs (All Platforms): - At least one USB 3.0 (or higher) compatible USB port - 1 GB of available hard drive / storage space - Internet connection (to activate your Dot3D license) Minimum System / OS Specs (Windows): - Intel Pentium ...
Which Intel® RealSense™ depth camera is recommended for use with Dot3D Scan/Pro?
Of the current lineup of Intel® RealSense™ depth cameras (L515, D455, D415, D435, D435i), we primarily recommend the L515 and D455 for the best results when paired with Dot3D for 3D scanning purposes. While there are many factors at play here, the ...
Dot3D Feature History
Dot3D 5.2.6: (iOS and Windows) - Bugfixes and performance improvements Dot3D 5.2.1: (iOS and Windows) - Lat/Long coordinate setting, with automatic conversion to U.S. State Plane coordinates (U.S. only) - Extensive under-the-hood improvements to ...
Recommended Tablets for Use with Dot3D Pro
1. Microsoft Surface Pro Series 2. Microsoft Surface Go Series (DPI-10/SR compatible) 3. Samsung Galaxy Tab S Series (not LITE models) 4. iPad Pro (2020 & up) - built-in LiDAR camera, not compatible with external cameras 5. Any other Windows/Android ...