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Uses an Intel RealSense camera to get depth data and uses the ICP algorithm to guess the movement of the camera. Creates a volumetric model out of the data and adds them up as the camera moves to create a 3D scan.
It's supported on Windows, Linux and ChromeOS with Intel RealSense SR300 (and related cameras like Razer Stargazer or Creative BlasterX Senz3D) and R200 3D Cameras.
You will need Chromium release 58 or later, see the dev channel if your version is too old.
To make sure your system supports the camera, follow the installation guide in librealsense.
Make sure you have Chromium version of at least 58 - install it from the dev channel if not.
Connect the camera.
Go to the demo page.
To run the code locally, give Chromium the parameter
--use-fake-ui-for-media-stream, so that it doesn't ask you for camera
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