With Structure Core, we've rethought depth from the inside-out. The result is a pocket-sized all-in-one computer vision powerhouse, with onboard wide vision camera, stereo infrared, an onboard DSP, and even a color module.
Now equipped with 3 cameras, onboard IMU and NU3000 processor, Structure Core is our most advanced depth sensor ever.
Featuring a 160° field-of-view and premium optics.
Twice the infrared cameras compared to Structure Sensor.
Structure Core goes deeper than just depth- it tracks motion too.
Optional aluminum housing.
The onboard NU3000 computes depth, and has a programmable DSP with room to expand.
We’ve improved our depth sensing in just about every way: More frames-per-second at higher resolutions, improved precision and accuracy, and global shutter to handle fast-moving objects and scenes.
Shallow depth, 40 cm Range
Indoor depth; 2m - 5m
Outdoor depth-Skinny spokes
An ultra-wide, monochrome, 160 degree visible spectrum camera accompanies Structure Core. Precisely timestamp-synced with the depth stream, this camera allows SLAM tracking or scene texturing at up to 100 FPS.
Ultra-wide 160° for tracking
Or 85° full-color for RGBD
Depth and visible frames are global shutter. This means the entire frame is captured at the same time which enables better capture of fast-moving objects and scenes.
Depth from Structure Core @ 0.9ms exposure
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Great hardware is nothing without exceptional software. Structure Core is paired with Structure SDK to enable products and projects with a world-class software foundation for stunning performance.
Structure SDK includes low-level access to data streams from each sensor on Structure Core (including the 6-axis IMU), and can be used with Occipital's Perception Engine to enable ultra-low-latency positional tracking that matches the accuracy of popular base station systems.
Perception SDK is compatible with Windows, Linux, macOS and Android.
Structure Core is available in two forms: an embeddable module for integration directly into products, or a ready-to-attach encased sensor protected by an anodized aluminum shell and a scratch-resistant glass face.
Misty Robotics uses Structure Core and Perception Engine to give their hackable robot the ability to effortlessly navigate homes full of obstacles.
Kura uses Structure Core and Perception Engine to bring low-latency 6-DoF tracking to cutting-edge mixed reality experiences.
AutoModality uses Structure Core to evaluate massive bridges while avoiding tiny obstacles like fishing lines.
The perfect sensor for AR/VR SLAM, robot vision, and other embedded applications where great depth performance matters.