The Intel® RealSense™ LiDAR Camera L515, the world’s smallest high-resolution LiDAR depth camera, is now shipping and in the hands of our creative customers. In this webinar replay, we will explain the fundamentals of the product and give you tips on how to get the best performance from the camera for your application. The major components of the L515 will be introduced, depth accuracy explored, and a comparison to other time of flight technologies shared.
The discussion will also cover environments and objects that might be challenging for the L515 and camera controls that allow you to boost performance. In addition, we will explain how multiple L515 can be used simultaneously without interference which is important for applications ranging from full body scanning to autonomous robots.
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Ofir is responsible for the architecture of both the Intel RealSense stereo depth cameras and is the chief architect for the Lidar camera. He also performs research on new technologies and developing depth based solutions. Prior to joining Intel RealSense, Ofir led the design team of the Intel Camera group and integrated the first Image Signal Processor to an Intel SoC. He has a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Computer Science and Electronics Engineering from Tel Aviv University in Israel.