Robotic vision made simple.High‑resolution cameras with depth vision and on‑chip machine learning.
Sense the 3D world around you
Your new superpower
4K H.26530 FPS
Depth 1MP120 FPS
Up to 32megapixel
Powerful cloud control platform, helping you to set up, apply, and monitor your robotic vision applications.
Meet rae, near 360° stereo vision AI robot.
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Luxonis is enabling a new generation of computer vision products and companies to exist. We're thrilled to be a partner so enterprises and hobbyists alike can easily build embedded vision systems.
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Frequently asked questions
How hard is it to get OAK cameras running from scratch? What Platforms are Supported?
It’s effortless. Usually, OAK is up/running on your platform within a couple of minutes (most of which is download time).
What is the power consumption of OAK cameras?
It’s around 5W.
Can OAK-D cameras be powered off of USB3?
Yes. USB3 devices can provide 900mA at 5V, which is enough for most use-cases. However, some functions (e.g., inference, video encoding) can add to large current spikes, so there’s a chance your host won’t be able to provide enough power (this applies mostly to hosts like RPi). In that case, you would need to use a power adapter.
The description says Luxonis has an open-source hardware design. Where can I find those?
Hardware designs with Myriad X VPU directly on the PCB (like OAK-D-Lite) can’t be shared publicly due to Intel’s intellectual property. However, our hardware design for OAK-D-Lite-Dev, which is almost identical to the OAK-D-Lite (the only difference is that it uses OAK-SoM), can be found here.
Is Python Required? Can I use any other programming languages?
Python is not required. The DepthAI API is written in C++ with pybind11 for Python bindings, and so C++ is directly supported as well. For our stretch goal, we also intend to support Java bindings.
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