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Your project was very interesting to me, as I am currently designing a similar interactive projection interface for a fictional videogame I'm developing, with the projection from a wearable device being in front of the face of the player's character instead of on a physical surface.
Yes, the 400 Series cameras and Nvidia Jetson TX2 can be used together. Setup does not always go smoothly, but it can certainly be done. It is getting easier over time as Intel add ongoing refinements to RealSense's ARM support, such as CUDA-optimized implementation for the Nvidia TX platform.
The link below may be of use to you.
Also, if you search YouTube for 'realsense d435 nvidia tx2' then you can see some videos of D435 and TX2 being used together.
$00 Series cameras can work with any Intel or ARM processor, so there is a wide potential choice of single-board computers that could be used as alternatives to Jetson TX2. Especially recommendable for use with the 400 Series are the Up Board series.