Structure Sensor has been featured on sites like The Verge, Mashable, USA Today, and The Washington Post.
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Easy to use. Hard to believe.
With the Structure Sensor, the future is in your hands. Rapid 3D scanning of objects and people, 3D maps of interior spaces, and mixed reality experiences where fantasy becomes impossible to tell from reality.
Capture dense 3D models with the push of a button
When used as a 3D scanner, Structure Sensor allows you to capture dense geometry in real-time. This enables you to simulate real world physics and create high-fidelity 3D models with high-resolution textures in seconds. The possibilities are incredible.
Measure entire rooms all at once
The magic of 3D depth sensing begins with the ability to capture fast, accurate, dimensions of objects and environments.
And Structure Sensor doesn’t just capture one dimension; it captures everything in view, all at once. Large-scale reconstruction tasks are easy with Structure Sensor & Structure SDK.
Create new mixed reality experiences
Bridge Engine makes it simple to author and deploy mind-bending mixed reality experiences to the mobile device you already own. Coupled with Structure Sensor's ability to capture dense 3D meshes of scenes, you can create magical experiences where it's impossible to tell the virtual from the real.
Develop With Depth
Already developed applications for depth sensors? Our SDK has you covered. Never developed an app for depth sensors? Our SDK still has you covered. It includes everything from low-level access to the raw depth stream to near complete code for a range of sample apps.
Just import Structure.framework, and initialize the Structure Sensor in Xcode...and you're ready to develop with depth. With the Structure SDK you can create your app, and launch it on the App Store.
Occipital is maintaining OpenNI 2, an open source SDK that allows developers to easily create middleware libraries and applications for 3D sensors and runs on Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, and Android.