You can get a Kinect for $150, but if you want the smaller, lighter sensor and the devkit to use it, Primesense will sell you that for $200. You can apply to purchase the PSDK hardware here.


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Comment by ionut on January 8, 2011 at 2:38am
I saw the sensor is OpenNI 1.0 compliant.Does anybody knows what is this OpenNI?
Comment by ionut on January 8, 2011 at 2:48am

Also the specs are interesting.This sensor will work only indoor and will have a range between 0.8-3.5m


Property Spec
Field of View (Horizontal, Vertical, Diagonal) 58° H, 45° V, 70° D
Depth image size VGA (640x480)
Spatial x/y resolution (@ 2m distance from sensor) 3mm
Depth z resolution (@ 2m distance from sensor) 1cm
Maximum image throughput (frame rate) 60fps
Operation range 0.8m - 3.5m
Color image size UXGA (1600x1200)
Audio: built-in microphones Two mics
Audio: digital inputs Four inputs
Data interface USB 2.0
Power supply USB 2.0
Power consumption 2.25W
Dimensions (Width x Height x Depth) 14cm x 3.5cm x 5cm
Operation environment (every lighting condition) Indoor
Operating temperature 0°C - 40°C





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