A design for a 3D printed mount for the Tau LiDAR Camera is now available! Read the full update.
You've probably seen a few different types of consumer depth sensing devices with LiDAR or Time-of-Flight in their names. Let's explore the 3 most common types of devices, what they can measure, and when's best to use them! Read the full update.
What's the difference between 3D depth sensing with structured light scanning and LiDAR? What's better for which use case and why should we care? Read on and learn more about 3D depth mapping! Read the full update.
The Onion Tau Camera is a 3D depth camera. It's like a regular webcam, except that it produces 3D depth data instead of color frames. It's USB-based, plug-and-play, and requires no additional computation to start producing depth data. So you can plug it into your computer with a USB cable and it will power on and start sending frames with depth measurements in real time. Read the full update.