Yes, our Dense3D Middleware is bundled with any M, MLX or DDK order. After purchasing you will be able to download the library and view your licenses on your Account Page. To get started using or learn more reference the Dense3D API Documentation.
At the foundation of our development we use a pure C implementation for our Device API and related middleware (Dense3D). This allows for easy portability and compatibility when working with other languages or frameworks. Here is the list of supported languages/frameworks: Languages C/C++ (Official) C# (Official) Java via JNI (Community) Frameworks OpenCV (Official) ROS (Community) […]
The simplest way to get started testing/using your DUO is to load up the cross platform DUO Dashboard application. A full walkthrough and troubleshooting tips can be found on our Dashboard Guide (http://duo3d.com/docs/articles/dashboard)
Your licenses can be found on your account page. On this page you will find a list of your most recent orders and latest downloads. If you need to view all available downloads and licenses you can use your account’s downloads page to view the full list and quickly access the files associated with the […]
We currently support the following (OS) Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows 7/8/8.1 Apple OS X 10+ (Mavericks) Linux (Ubuntu or similar)
All software downloads are available on your Account Page. To access, please login using the email address associated with your order number. If your order was purchased under a different email address please refer to the FAQ: How do I change email?
The best way to get started developing is by downloading the latest DUO SDK from your Account page. Once you have this downloaded review the documentation articles to gain insight on how to use our APIs in your own applications. Be sure that all requirements are met before trying to compile the sample code. It […]
Yes, using the Dense3D API/SDK you can easily generate a depth map from the image data provided by any DUO device. This resulting data can be used in your own application or saved to disk as point cloud files. The Dense3D API provides: – Rectified stereo images – Dense disparity map (d) – Dense depth […]
Yes, we have a public github repository with our SDK samples and API headers. To get started, please review the README.md file on the root of the repository.
Yes. Since our API is exposed in from of C bindings, it is almost guaranteed to work in your workflow and development environment. Included with the SDK are simple examples that demonstrate DUO usage. On our API Docs page you can review the available methods and view code samples. If you are integrating the DUO […]