DepthEye 3D visual TOF  Depth Camera

DepthEye 3D visual TOF Depth Camera

SKU 102090004
99.00
33 Available
$99.00/ 1pcs+

Description

The Depth Eye is the cost-effective TOF base depth camera. It use TI opt8320 sensor and pass all depth data including pointcloud via USB cable.


Feature:

  • Amazing tiny size

  • USB 2.0 interface

  • Provide Pointcloud  and RAW depth data 

  • FOV(D* H*V ) :90 * 75 * 59

  • 2 850nm band infrared LED

  • F/NO. is 1.09 

  • TI OPT8320 sensor

  • Resolution is 80*60


Sensor Features:

  • Measures Phase with QVGA(80x60)resolution

  • 1/6" Optical Format

  • Up to 1000fps frame rate

  • Global Reset & Shutter

  • Programmable Features

     -Frame Size, frame rate        

     -Exposure, ROI        

  • De-aliasing, temp compensation

  • IR pass filter (820nm to 865nm)

  • 12-bit Phase/Amplitude, 4-bit Ambient

  • Parallel Operating Temperature:0°C to + 70°C


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Caution

1) Make sure you have used the correct profile which name is H1ForSeeed
2) Please don't change the Integration Duty Cycle(intg_time) more than 20% .Otherwise, it is possible to destroy the hardware

3) The Heat sink could be hot when this module is working, please be carefull to avoid scalding your hands

4)Support win7 64bit and win10 64bit(Non-Support 32. Some win7 computers may have compatibility display problems and can not display point cloud images.


Application Scenarios:

  • Gesture recognition

  • General robot navigation and localization

  • Environment scanning and 3D re-modeling

  • Service robot or industrial robot working for long hours

  • Home service /clean robot navigation and localization

  • General simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM)

  • Smart toy's localization and obstacle avoidance


Technical Details

Dimensions60mm x 17mm x 12mm
WeightG.W 20g    
BatteryExclude
Sensor TI OPT8320
Operating Temperature 0°C to +70°C
Range 0.2~2m
Accuracy <1.5% of measured distance
FOV(H*V*D) 75.3°x59.7°x90°
Interface USB 2.0 Micro B
OS Linux/Android

Part List

DepthEye 3D visual TOF Depth Camera1
Micro USB Cable1

ECCN/HTS

ECCNERA99
HSCODE8525801390

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Hi ! We just bought 1 pc of Depth Eye camera and it works fine without heating up. Question: do you have EMC certificate of this product, if yes how can we obtain it ?
on Sep 10,2018
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Hi there, we do not have the EMC certificate yet. thanks. Bill
on Sep 10,2018 17:41 PM
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Hi Bill, are you planning to get EMC certification ? If yes, then when ? A larger volume project depends on EMC certification availability. BR Tibor
on Sep 10,2018 18:35 PM
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Hi Tibor, Please drop a mail to bill.yu@seeed.cc and let us know more detail about the project and you volume projection. I will copy product manager in loop and then see the plan. thanks. Bill
on Sep 12,2018 10:56 AM
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Hi Bill, I wonder if You have received my email I sent a while ago. BR Tibor
on Sep 18,2018 18:54 PM
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Hi there, I do not receive the mail. I think it is the mail system issue. I missed several mails. Please do resent it to bill.yu@seeed.cc and techsupport@seeed.cc as well. thanks.
on Sep 20,2018 15:21 PM
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Greetings all, for Android, is this comparable to the PMD Picoflex https://pmdtec.com/picofamily/? Will it work with the Scandy app?
on Sep 22,2018
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Hi there, The Scandy app is adapted to PMD Picoflexx. The current situation is that our sdk interface and PMD Picoflexx sdk interface are NOT compatible.&nbsp; Our recommended approach: 1. Send an email to the Scandy app and ask them if we have a TOF module and how do I integrate it?&nbsp; 2. Can we provide sdk, they will integrate. thanks.
on Sep 25,2018 17:27 PM
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Hi Bill, are you planning to get EMC certification ? If yes, then when ? A larger volume project depends on EMC certification availability. BR Tibor
on Sep 11,2018
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Hi Tibor, Please drop a mail to bill.yu@seeed.cc and let us know more detail about the project and you volume projection. I will copy product manager in loop and then see the plan. thanks. Bill
on Sep 12,2018 10:56 AM
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on Aug 08,2018
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Hi, there~god bless you, Regards!
on Aug 09,2018 11:32 AM
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where can i find projects for this and instruction, or guiding ?
on Aug 08,2018
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Hi, there~!yes! you can refer here for the imformation you want ##https://github.com/pointcloud-ai/DepthEyeSdk##,Regards!!!
on Aug 08,2018 14:37 PM
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I am confused. Is this unit expected to get really hot (&amp;gt;150 C) or not? If so, I guess that's the way it is and I will just deal with it, but I'd like to know what to expect. thanks.
on Mar 02,2018
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The module mainly has two heat sources, one is sensor, and the working temperature is about 62 degrees. The other is IR LED. Its temperature is higher than that of sensor, but it doesn't reach 150 degrees. For the case you detect the temperature of IR LED is 150 degrees, it is because the wrong Prifile is used. You can try it once more with the module using the H1ForSeeed profile.
on Mar 03,2018 10:52 AM
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    DepthEye 3D visual TOF Depth Camera

    SKU 102090004
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    $99.00/ 1pcs+
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