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The page that hosted the previous SDK runtimes has been removed due to the security issues mentioned in this blog.

 

Note that only Intel® RealSense™ SDK 2016 R3 (for SR300, F200 cameras only) and Intel® RealSense™ SDK 2016 R2 (for R200, SR300, F200 cameras) are currently supported.

Hi everyone,

 

As my company's RealSense-enabled full game 'My Father's Face' heads for its late 2017 release date on the target platforms of PC and Intel Project Alloy headset, I thought it would be a good time to share some new preview images.  We hope it will give you creative inspiration for of what you can achieve with the RealSense camera in your own projects when you really harness its true power!

 

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Features of 'My Father's Face' include:

 

- A huge fully explorable, physics-driven island in an exciting new universe where you can go to anywhere that you can see.

- Choice of either male or female characters to play as, and local and online multiplayer in a shared world with mixed or same genders.  Walk together, run together, play together, work together and touch together!

- Live lip sync that replicates the player's mouth movements as they speak into their real-life microphone and fully animates the virtual face.

- Player-controlled characters that utilize RealSense technology to precisely mirror the player's body and arm / hand movements and facial expressions almost 1:1, thanks to technology two years in the making.

Currently, the Depth functions of the camera driver for the Intel® RealSense™ SR300 Camera do not always work with Windows* 10 Creators Update build 15063 or newer. Windows* Hello and the RGB functions of the SR300 may be affected. Some users have found that avoiding the FW upgrade may help. If you have problem installing the driver, please help Intel diagnose the issue by providing installation logs as described below.

 

From this article:

 

What are you seeing?

After updating to Windows® 10 Creators Update build 15063 or newer, the following functions stop working with your camera:

  • Windows Hello
  • Windows Apps for Intel® RealSense™
  • Intel® RealSense™ SDK for Windows

Why are you seeing it? The Depth Camera Manager (DCM) for the Intel® RealSense™ SR300 Camera doesn't always work with Windows® 10 Creators Update build 15063 or newer.

 

How to fix it

  1. Go to Device Manager.

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        1. Under Imaging devices, uninstall these drivers in the following order:
          • SR300 Virtual camera.
          • SR300 Depth camera.
        2. Under Camera Devices, uninstall this driver:
          • SR300 RGB camera
        3. Under Universal Serial Bus devices, uninstall this driver:
          • SR300 Device
        4. Download the driver, select the file named intel_rs_dcm_sr300_3.3.27.5718.exe.
        5. Open a command prompt window, and go to where the .exe file is located.
        6. Run the following command:

intel_rs_dcm_sr300_3.3.27.5718.exe --ignore-fw-update --silent --no-progress --acceptlicense=yes

 

 

Provide the Following Information to Help Intel Diagnose the Issue

        1. DxDiag output (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4028644/windows-open-and-run-dxdiagexe)
        2. DCM installation logs, details below.
        3. Screenshot of Device Manager with Camera and Imaging Devices nodes expanded.
        4. Is the camera embedded or peripheral?
        5. Has the camera ever worked correctly?
        6. If it has worked in the past, did this problem happen after a Windows 10 upgrade?
        7. What exactly is not working after the upgrade? Windows Hello, SDK apps?
        8. Does the recovery work? If so, what exactly did you do to get it to work?

 

DCM Logs

If the camera driver, Intel® RealSense™ Depth Camera Manager, doesn't install correctly:

        1. Capture and send a screenshot of the DCM installation error.
        2. Zip the full contents of all of the following log directories:
          • %temp%\micl_tmp_%username%
          • %windir%\Temp\micl_tmp_SYSTEM
          • %windir%\INF\setupapi.*
Note%TEMP% is typically C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Temp.  In addition, %windir% is typically C:\Windows.

   3. Attach the zip file and screen shot to the service ticket or RealSense Community post.