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For those who haven't seen it yet, i think you should see this.
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|Very nice demo. I think the magic here is in the software, as Apple has already a front depth sensor on its latest iphones, but hasn’t been using it other than unlocking the device (and some emojis).
I remember just a couple of years back when you had to purchase an iPad Structure sensor by Occipital to just scan an object. Now the phone doesnit all.
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|@Tosolini Occipital has much higher range of depth perception than this 3D camera or the one in Apple devices. Using those cameras, you won't be able to scan a room while with Occipital, you can.|
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|Indeed - the question is how it looks when you zoom close.
But I hope it´s coming as I don´t like Apple Devices anymore and at the moment that´s their unique advantage.
Check out this:
Real-time photogrammetry with #ARKit
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