Ultraleap Stereo IR 170 Camera Module Evaluation Kit

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Ultraleap’s Stereo IR 170 Camera Module enables incredible 3D hand-gesture recognition in conjunction with world-leading software to enable the seamless interaction of a user’s hands with AR/VR/XR content. Image data is captured using 850 nm light pulses synchronised to two 90-fps IR cameras, and Ultraleap’s Interaction Engine quickly and accurately interprets every subtlety of natural hand movements, discerning 27 distinct hand elements, including bones and joints, and tracking them even when they are obscured to the cameras.

Ultraleap’s camera module has a 170° × 170° field of view (160° × 160° min.), a tracking range of 10 cm to 75 cm (1 m max.), and is suitable for ambient operating temperatures of 0°C to 40°C (0°C to 50°C outside a case), and the nominal dimensions of the bare board for integration are 105 x 10 x 7.7 mm.

Ultraleap’s evaluation kit includes the IR 170 camera module mounted in a plastic housing with a USB header for easy plug-and-play evaluation of hand tracking. This device operates on 5 VDC via the USB connector (minimum 0.5 A) with a slightly larger nominal size of 145 x 18.6 x 11.1 mm when compared to the bare board. The provided software, to be hosted on a Windows system at the time of this writing, allows for full testing of Ultraleap’s AR/VR/XR integration capabilities before designing the Stereo IR 170 Camera Module into your end device.

(All images sourced from Ultraleap)

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