Raspberry Pi Compatibility with Realsense D435

Hi all,

I’m looking to use Nuitrack AI with an Intel RealSense D435 running on a micro-controller. I’m currently looking at using a Raspberry Pi. What models of the Raspberry Pi does Nuitrack work with, and how well does it work? Are there any issues with it running in real-time? Or does a different micro-controller work better?

Thanks for your help!


Does Nuitrack work with any micro-controllers that have USB 3.0 ports, like the Pi 4?

I was having this problem, I sent a support request and they informed me that:

Currently, only Raspberry Pi 3B and 3B+ are supported. Support for Raspberry Pi 4 is in our road map but the implementation date hasn’t been determined yet.

We have official support for Raspberry Pi 3B/3B+ on Debian armhf with Orbbec Astra S/Astra Pro. Please take a look at this section on our website: https://nuitrack.com/#sensors#!/tab/174067019-3

You can connect connect RealSense via USB 2.0, but in this case you have to set lower resolution for a depth map. To do this, open nuitrack.config (%NUITRACK_HOME%/data), find the section “Realsense2Module” and add the following lines to “Realsense2Module.Depth”:
“RawWidth”: 640,
“RawHeight”: 480,

You can find source code of the Nuitrack samples and our Unity tutorials in our documentation: https://github.com/3DiVi/nuitrack-sdk/blob/master/doc/readme.md