Intel RealSense D435 Webcam - 30 fps - USB 3.0
Depth Camera D435
The Intel® RealSense™ D435 offers the widest field of view of all our cameras, along with a global shutter on the depth sensor that is ideal for fast moving applications.
A Powerful, Full-featured Depth Camera
The Intel® RealSense™ depth camera D435 is a stereo solution, offering quality depth for a variety of applications. It's wide field of view is perfect for applications such as robotics or augmented and virtual reality, where seeing as much of the scene as possible is vitally important. With a range up to 10m, this small form factor camera can be integrated into any solution with ease, and comes complete with our Intel RealSense SDK 2.0 and cross-platform support.
Combined Solution for Development & Productization
The D435 continues our commitment to developing cutting-edge vision sensing products. Combining an Intel module and vision processor together into a small form factor yields a solution ideal for both development and rapid product creation. Paired with highly customizable software, the D435 provides a low cost solution that is lightweight and powerful, enabling development of next-generation sensing solutions that can understand and interact with their surroundings.
Ideal for Low Light and Wide Field of View
The combination of a wide field of view and global shutter sensor on the D435 make it the preferred solution for applications such as robotic navigation and object recognition. The global shutter sensors provide great low-light sensitivity allowing robots to navigate spaces with the lights off.
- Active infrared projector to illuminate objects to enhance the depth data.
- Dedicated color image signal processor for image adjustments and scaling color data.
- Support for the cross-platform, open-source Intel® RealSense™ SDK 2.0.
- A set of image sensors that enable capturing of disparity between images up to 1280 x 720 resolution.
- New advanced stereo depth algorithm for accurate depth perception.
- A powerful vision processor that uses 28 nanometer (nm) process technology and supports up to 5 MIPI Camera Serial Interface 2 lanes to compute real-time depth images and accelerate output.