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Thanks for your interest in the Intel® RealSense Platform.
I believe you can use the Intel RealSense SDK in order to accomplish it, please take a look at the SDK documentation: Intel® RealSense™ SDK 2016 R3 Documentation, the “Working with Peripheral Devices” section addresses special handling required to work with SR300 peripheral camera devices that could help you with this.
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I'm merging multiple cameras. The merging is done after acquisition though, using PCL. Keep in mind the SR300 projects an infrared pattern, so interference from other cameras can very much be an issue.
May i ask how far you did come ? I don't know PCL yet, but i'm definitely taking a look at it. I'm trying to get comfortable with librealsense at the moment. It's easier to get along with it in my opinion, especialy handling streaming data.
Wich language and ide do you use ? Did you integrate it in the sdk ?
PCL is C++, and makes use of cmake
I have used Visual Studio, and also Qt Creator.
Yes I would think librealsense would be better in the long term as well, but I made use of some existing code integrating PCL and realsense SDK (though librealsense is also integrated now).
If you decide you want to use PCL, and are on Windows, this is your fastest avenue: Point Cloud Library 1.8.0 has been released – Summary?Blog
Then here is a project integrating the SDK GitHub - taketwo/rs: PCL grabber for RealSense devices
Then again, I'm sure you could do it without PCL as well.
yes it did help me. At the time I'm trying to accomplish it with librealsense.