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Intel D415 with Dot3D Software

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Just a short video to show that the new Intel D415 sensor does in fact work well with DotProduct’s new Dot3D software.


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Thanks Eugene, that is amazing, is the software free

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No, software is paid for as it is the same software used by DotProduct going forward for their DPI-8X scanner. Has a lot of features and really simple to use. Not sure of the price as it is a beta that I am testing.

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245 $/yearly subscription

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Thanks Eugene,
That's great, I didn't know they were selling/renting the software separately to the hardware.
This would be great combined with the Rhino 3D Plugin - https://www.dotproduct3d.com/rhino.html

I have to ask, did you get to try the Intel D415 sensor with Faro's free Scene Capture software ?
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Do you mean Scenect? I haven’t touched that software in ages. As I recall, it was a precursor to the Freestle and only used the Xtion sensor. I would guess you need a driver for the D415 to work with it.

There are other free solutions with the intel sensor but I just like what DotProduct has done here. The ability to add targets, measure, take photographs, add labels, processing options plus a variety of export capabilities makes for a comprehensive package.

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Hi Eugene,
"SCENE Capture 2018" from Faro. It is free and works quite well with the Xtion Sensor.
It replaces Scenect and is a lot more refined.
I also have "Skanect" ( https://skanect.occipital.com/ ) , but, it is a bit clunky.
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Eugene, there is two models of the Intel sensor that I know off, there is the d435 and d415, have you tried both, or do you know for sure that d415 is the one.

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The D415 is definitely the one!

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Thanks Eugene, it is time to get that surface tablet to work

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