Chromasens' 3DPIXA Stereoscopic Camera for Machine Vision
3DPIXA cameras are stereo line scan cameras with tri-linear CCD sensors with a 10 µm pixel size and a line rate of up to 60 kHz. They are now integrated into HALCON machine vision software, making it possible for programmers to design and perform 3D image processing applications quickly and efficiently.
Stereoscopic Player 2.3.5 Released
Stereoscopic Player is a versatile 3D movie player allowing you to play stereoscopic videos and DVDs (external decoder required) and also allowing you to watch live video from a capture device. Version 2.3.5 was released on March 28, 2015 and offers a new 21:9 aspect ratio option and added a DirectX exclusive mode option for quad buffered DirectX mode.
Hands-On With Intel RealSense Gesture Recognition 3D Camera
Intel's "RealSense" 3D camera technology is aiming to bring Kinect-style functionality to gaming laptops. Gizmodo tested it out on the Asus ROG G771 laptop via a range of motion- and face-tracking applications. Watch the video here under.
Having a RealSense camera in your laptop is like having a Kinect connected: you get gesture recognition, face tracking, and mood sensing. RealSense is on its way to revolutionize video games interaction...
Are Nvidia VR Glasses coming on March 3, 2015?
In preparation of the GDC conference, MaximumPC reports this sentence from Nvidia’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang: “More than 5 years in the making, what I want to share with you will redefine the future of gaming.” Adding that mysterious announcement to the panel announced for March 4 and named "How Nvidia Technology Is Improving the VR Experience" and you may suspect a new kind of 3D VR glasses will be announced....