OAK-D Pro

Available in two variants:

Both the Fixed-Focus and Auto-Focus variants have fixed-focus grayscale stereo cameras. The Auto-Focus vs. Fixed-Focus variants of OAK-D-Lite differ only in the 12.3 MP color camera. Fixed-Focus has the lens fixed in place mechanically and cannot move, whereas Auto-Focus has an electromagnet that controls the lens position dynamically.

  • Auto-Focus can focus on objects dynamically, which is mainly useful for objects within 50cm of the device
  • Fixed-Focus is recommended for heavy-vibration applications (e.g., drones, lawnmowers, bikes w/out suspension, etc. (see video)

Both Auto-Focus and Fixed-Focus can clearly see objects beyond 50 cm, working between 50 cm and infinity. Auto-Focus has the advantage that it can focus on objects as close as 10cm (see video).


Features:

  • Active Laser Depth: depth with no ambient light
  • Active Blanket IR illumination: computer vision with no ambient light
  • 4 TOPS of processing power (1.4 TOPS for AI)
  • Run any AI model, even custom architectured/built ones
  • Encoding: H.264, H.265, MJPEG - 4K/30FPS, 1080P/60FPS
  • Computer vision: warp/dewarp, resize, crop, edge detection, feature tracking
  • Stereo depth perception at 120 FPS with filtering
  • Object tracking: 2D and 3D tracking
  • Dimension: 97x29.5x22.9 mm
  • Weight: 91g


Laser dot projector projects many small dots in front of the device, which helps with disparity matching, especially for low-visual-interest surfaces (blank surfaces with little to no texture), such as a wall or floor. The technique that we use is called ASV - conventional active stereo vision - as stereo matching is performed on the device the same way as on OAK-D (passive stereo).

Blanket IR LED illumination allows perceiving low-light and no-light environments. You can run your AI/CV processes on frames that are illuminated by the IR LED. Note that the color camera doesn’t perceive IR light, so you would need to use a mono camera stream for your AI/CV processes.

US$ 299.00 

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