Thanks for reaching out.
That's a weird issue, you can try to install the SDK version is 2016 R3, maybe it can solve your problem.
Let us know if it works.
Have a nice day.
I downloaded the R3 version. However, the same error occurred.
I will ask again.
I have a report for some problem. I was trying to Add Cc libpxcclr.cs.dll at C#, but it was not loaded.
I tried all I can do.
I changed Platform(64 bit to 32 bit)
and I followed this instruction, but it was failed.
and this is my code and dll
and this is my computer's specifications
And I'm not good at english, so I'm using translator so there maybe misuse of word and phrase. please understand me.
I'll wating for your reply. Thank you.
Thank you so much for providing us all these information.
I think the SDK documentation is a little different now, but I'm not sure if you want to Configure C# environment or Customize a library. So can you tell me what are you trying to do? This is the SDK R3 documentation: https://software.intel.com/sites/landingpage/realsense/camera-sdk/v2016r3/documentation/html/index.html?doc_devguide_customize_the_csharp_libraries.html
I will be waiting for your reply.
Sorry to confirm late.
The problem above has been solved.
I want to connect arduino and realsense without NUC.
Is there any information related to this?
Sadly, you are not likely to be able to connect RealSense to Arduino without a NUC. This is because Arduino does not have the USB 3.0 port that the RealSense camera requires.
Arduino expert and fellow RealSense developer Samontab has this advice on the subject: "If you are using an external PC, like a NUC, make sure that you can connect to each one independently, the Arduino and the RealSense camera. If you can communicate independently, then you can just write some logic at the PC side and send the correct signals. The RealSense should use a normal USB3 connection, not a serial one as the Arduino does anyway."
The question is wrong.
Can I make serial communication from RealSense to PC and from PC to Arduino(EDISON)?
I ran the LED example on the site, but the serial communication did not work.
Are you using the latest R3 version of the SDK? That guide was published in May 2015, and RealSense has gone through several new versions of the SDK since then. R3 especially is a significant departure from the 2016 R2 version, as it is modular instead of having all of the features in a single download package. In R3, hand tracking and gestures (which the LED guide uses) is now a separate module. So if you are using the R3 SDK and its Essentials module, then I recommend ensuring that the Full Hand Tracking And Gesture Recognition module is also installed and then try the LED project again.
oh Sorry. I did not say I was using the R2 version.
I followed the example exactly.
However, information is not sent from C # to EDISON.
What should I do?
Please, help me
P.S Is it possible that Arduino Mega and RealSense are connected via PC?
Sadly I have no direct experience with using Arduino with RealSense, so all I can do is find links to articles by other people that might help with your problem.
Forcing a port
Using Windows 10 IoT (Internet of Things) Core with Arduino
The operating system Windows 10 IoT Core may also make it easier for the RealSense camera to talk to Arduino than is possible with the ordinary Windows 10.
Thank you very much.
I can output to Arduino(MEGA) as an input in RealSense.
It was a really simple matter.
I did eventually.
If I have another problem, I will ask.
Glad you found a solution. Yes, please do ask questions here any time if you need further help. Good luck!
That's great, it is good to know that you don't have issues anymore.
Feel free to contact us when you have doubts.
And thanks MartyG we really appreciate your help in the community.
Have a nice day guys.