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I should first mention that whilst I have frequently used Unity with older RealSense SDKs, I have never compiled SDK 2.0's files for it. So the advice below may be the easiest way to set up Unity as far as I know.
In the RealSense SDK 2.0 folder, there is a folder called 'bin' that contains pre-built versions of files so that the SDK can be run in Windows without needing to compile the SDK in Visual Studio. Pre-built realsense2.dll and Intel.RealSense.dll files are located here, at the following location:
Intel RealSense SDK 2. > bin > x64
I recommend drag-and-dropping realsense2.dll and Intel.RealSense.dll from this SDK folder into a folder called Plugins in your Unity project.
Apologies in advance if this method does not work.