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 key takeaway is that the noise levels are higher with the other RealSense™ cameras (fuzzier data, more stray points). The L515 offers the highest precision and longest range, but will not function in daylight / window light and struggles with certain surfaces (blacks/grays/shiny). The D455 is the successor to the D415/D435/D435i and works great indoors and out (even in bright sunlight), but the resulting data is less precise than the L515 / DPI-10 / DPI-10SR. For the least noisy, most accurate resulting data without significant window light or dark surface limitations, users should also consider the calibrated PrimeSense depth cameras built into our DPI
line of complete 3D scanning kits. These also will not work in direct sunlight, but are compatible with all of the above RealSense cameras as add-ons.
NOTE: While the D455 will work in direct sunlight, the resulting data may sometimes have a pinkish tint. If you are looking for the most true colors in bright sunlight, you may want to consider the D415 (although it is otherwise less precise and shorter range than the D455). Other benefits of the D415 include price, size, and weight. We do not recommend the D435 / D435i over any of the other options, but they are also supported.
Getting Started with Dot3D Pro & Dot3D Scan for Intel RealSense
Please see below for a getting started tutorial on Dot3D Pro and Dot3D Scan software for use with Intel RealSense depth cameras: www.dotproduct3d.com/scanprodemo It is recommended that new users review this video both before and after capturing their ...
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 ...
Intel RealSense Firmware Update Procedure
Please follow the steps below to update your Intel RealSense camera to the latest available firmware from a Windows PC. It is recommended you check for available updates regularly, especially if you are running into any performance/connection issues ...
List of 3D Depth Cameras Supported by Dot3D
The following cameras are fully supported for 3D scanning in Dot3D: 1. DPI-10 (complete hardware kit with built-in, DP-Calibrated Carmine 1.082 sensor) - $2500 USD or DPI-X (smaller, mountable, but less rugged/complete version of DPI camera kit) ...
Dot3D Won't Connect to my Intel RealSense Camera
Q: Dot3D does not recognize my Intel RealSense Camera or won't connect to it or wont allow me to start scanning with my RealSense camera. How can this be fixed? A1: Windows & Android: Make sure your computer or phone/tablet has a USB-3 compatible ...