: We are planning to use the RealSense for a quadcopter project (for obtaining RGB and depth data) in environment canning applications. For our system requirements, we had narrowed on using either a Rapsberry Pi or Intel Edison as the computing platform. Both the embedded boards come with Linux distribution image installed on them. I would like to know if the Real Sense R200 comes with any Linux Support (with drivers and API support). Besides, if Windows and Intel Processors (Core and Atom) are the specific requirements for interfacing the camera, can you suggest some embedded platforms suitable for the camera and using the SDK?
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