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Self-Calibration for Intel® RealSense™ Depth Cameras

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Self-Calibration for Intel® RealSense™ Depth Cameras

In this webinar replay, we will introduce the newly released Intel® RealSense™ Self-Calibration feature. These new functions run entirely on-chip, and can be executed in-the-field as fast as 200ms, without the need for special targets. We will be covering how self-calibration can be used to recover the depth performance to nearly pristine conditions in terms of depth noise. Also, we will explain the new Health-Check function that can be used to diagnose or monitor performance in the field. Finally, we will discuss the new Tare function that can be used to adjust the absolute depth measurement, based on a ground truth entry.

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Self-Calibration for Intel® RealSense™ Stereo Depth Cameras

Original Webinar Date: Wednesday, May 13th,2020

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9:00AM-10:00AM PDT

6:00PM-7:00PM PDT

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Speakers

Anders Grunnet-Jepsen

Anders Grunnet-Jepsen

CTO of the RealSense group, Intel Corporation

Anders Grunnet-Jepsen is the CTO for the Intel® RealSense™ Group working on Depth Cameras. Previously he was Founder and CTO of ThinkOptics which successfully licensed its technology to Nintendo for the Wii controllers. He was Optical Integration Manager for the LCOS team in Intel’s Display Technology Operation, and developed Photonic Lightwave Circuits at Intel’s Photonics Technology Operation. He was CTO of Templex Technology when it was acquired by Intel in 2001. He worked as a Post Doc. on creating plastic dynamic holographic materials at UCSD, and worked at NKT Research Center on Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifiers. He has a Ph.D in Non-Linear Optics from Oxford University and is co-author of the textbook “The Physics and Applications for Photorefractive Materials”. His E.E. MSc Thesis from the Technical University of Denmark was on theoretical superconductivity.