6 Replies Latest reply on Jun 27, 2018 11:35 AM by Intel Corporation

    Realsense ZR300 & Intel Joule Module

    newuser_realsense

      Can RealSense ZR300 Camera work independently (without Intel Joule Module) if ZR300 is connected to laptop?

      Is Intel Joule Module really necessary? Is Joule Module mandatory for camera usage? Joule Module should be bayed separately?

       

      I byed Intel RealSense Camera ZR300

      Kit includes:

      * Intel ReallSense Camera ZR300

      * USB Cable

      * Mounting Plate

       

      Where can I find a tutorial (including videos & pictures) about how to use this Camera and how to connect it to Joule Module?

        • 1. Re: Realsense ZR300 & Intel Joule Module
          MartyG

          Yes, the ZR300 can work without a Joule (which is essentially a mini-PC on a single small circuit board).  For example, ZR300 can also be connected to Up Boards (another type of single-board computer) instead of Joule.  So it should be fine if you just plug your ZR300 into the USB port of a normal PC.

           

          The ZR300 does not work with Windows though and requires the Linux operating system (Ubuntu Linux is the preferred option).  The development software (SDK) you can use to create programs are the original (Legacy) version of Librealsense, or the RealSense SDK For Linux (the better option, as it includes Librealsense and adds numerous other useful features).

           

          Librealsense

          GitHub - IntelRealSense/librealsense at v1.12.1

           

          RealSense SDK For Linux

          Intel® RealSense™ SDK for Linux: Main Page

           

          Video of ZR300 running on an Up Core board

          UP Core RealSense ZR300 demo - YouTube

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          • 2. Re: Realsense ZR300 & Intel Joule Module
            newuser_realsense

            1. How to build dependencies? "Note: Ensure that you have installed all necessary dependencies first."

            2. How to merge realsense_sdk with librealsense? (I have two different folders.)

            3. How to include OpenCV 3.1 to realsense_sdk?

             

            $ git clone http://github.com/IntelRealSense/realsense_sdk

            $ cd realsense_sdk

            $ mkdir build

            $ cd build

            $ cmake ..

            $ make (here comes the error)

             

            /home/mihaela/realsense_sdk/sdk/src/core/image/image_conversion_util.cpp:7:23: fatal error: opencv/cv.h: No such file or directory

             

            Intel® RealSense™ SDK for Linux: Getting Started

            • 3. Re: Realsense ZR300 & Intel Joule Module
              MartyG

              1. The dependencies are easier to understand in the Developer Guide for RealSense SDK For Linux, as the Getting Started guide you linked to puts two paragraphs in reverse order so it is harder to understand.  According to the Developer Guide, the dependencies to install to make the SDK work are:

               

              librealsense

              OpenCV 3.1

              CMake

              OpenGL GLFW version 3

              lz4

              Apache log4cxx – optional. Needed only if you want to enable logs.

               

              Intel® RealSense™ SDK for Linux: Developer's Guide

               

              After the dependencies are installed, you use the list of instructions to install the SDK.

               

              $ git clone http://github.com/IntelRealSense/realsense_sdk

              $ cd realsense_sdk

              $ mkdir build

              $ cd build

              $ cmake ..

              $ make

              $ sudo make install

               

              It would make sense that you got that error about not being able to find OpenCV if you had not installed OpenCV as a dependency first before using the above commands.

               

              2.  You should only need the RealSense SDK For Linux, as it installs Librealsense too.  So you do not need to merge realsense_sdk with librealsense, as the SDK For Linux already has Librealsense integrated into it.

               

              3.  As OpenCV is a dependency, I assume that it should be installed BEFORE you try to install the RealSense SDK For Linux.

              • 4. Re: Realsense ZR300 & Intel Joule Module
                newuser_realsense

                1. How to solve the error after $ make ?

                 

                $ git clone http://github.com/IntelRealSense/realsense_sdk

                $ cd realsense_sdk

                $ mkdir build

                $ cd build

                $ cmake ..

                $ make (error) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

                 

                mihaela@mihaela-SATELLITE-C855-2FV:~/realsense_sdk/build$ make

                [ 10%] Built target realsense_log_utils

                [ 10%] Built target realsense_image

                [ 10%] Building CXX object sdk/src/utilities/viewer/CMakeFiles/realsense_viewer.dir/viewer.cpp.o

                In file included from /home/mihaela/realsense_sdk/sdk/include/rs_core.h:8:0,

                                 from /home/mihaela/realsense_sdk/sdk/src/include/viewer.h:12,

                                 from /home/mihaela/realsense_sdk/sdk/src/utilities/viewer/viewer.cpp:4:

                /home/mihaela/realsense_sdk/sdk/include/rs/core/context_interface.h:10:31: fatal error: librealsense/rs.hpp: No such file or directory

                compilation terminated.

                sdk/src/utilities/viewer/CMakeFiles/realsense_viewer.dir/build.make:62: recipe for target 'sdk/src/utilities/viewer/CMakeFiles/realsense_viewer.dir/viewer.cpp.o' failed

                make[2]: *** [sdk/src/utilities/viewer/CMakeFiles/realsense_viewer.dir/viewer.cpp.o] Error 1

                CMakeFiles/Makefile2:215: recipe for target 'sdk/src/utilities/viewer/CMakeFiles/realsense_viewer.dir/all' failed

                make[1]: *** [sdk/src/utilities/viewer/CMakeFiles/realsense_viewer.dir/all] Error 2

                Makefile:127: recipe for target 'all' failed

                make: *** [all] Error 2

                 

                 

                 

                2. How to solve these errors from QtCreator?

                 

                /home/mihaela/realsense_sdk/sdk/include/rs_core.h:8: In file included from /home/mihaela/realsense_sdk/sdk/include/rs_core.h:8:0,

                /home/mihaela/realsense_sdk/sdk/src/include/viewer.h:12: from /home/mihaela/realsense_sdk/sdk/src/include/viewer.h:12,

                /home/mihaela/realsense_sdk/sdk/src/utilities/viewer/viewer.cpp:4: from /home/mihaela/realsense_sdk/sdk/src/utilities/viewer/viewer.cpp:4:

                /home/mihaela/realsense_sdk/sdk/include/rs/core/context_interface.h:10: error: librealsense/rs.hpp: No such file or directory

                 

                 

                 

                Thank you!

                • 5. Re: Realsense ZR300 & Intel Joule Module
                  MartyG

                  These questions are not covered by my knowledge, so I will have to let an Intel support team member (who has access to resources that I do not) take up your case.  I apologize that I cannot be of more help in this case.  Good luck!

                  • 6. Re: Realsense ZR300 & Intel Joule Module
                    Intel Corporation
                    This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation

                    Hello, 

                    Unfortunately, both the ZR300 and Intel Joule products are discontinued and no longer supported. We recommend to move to the Intel RealSense D400 series of cameras and the Intel RealSense SDK 2.0 for your development purposes. The D400 series cameras provide better depth than the ZR300 but it does not have an integrated IMU.

                    Best Regards, 
                    Juan N.