Brekel PointCloud v3 (Beta)

This app is currently in beta, so there may still be a few bugs and/or missing features.

Existing v1/v2 license owners can beta test for free and find a link on their v1/v2 retail downloads page.

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Brekel PointCloud v3 is a Windows application that uses data from depth sensors for volumetric video / pointcloud recording.

The app can utilize one or more sensors, connected to one or more machines, different sensor brands can be mixed.

Functionality for sensor alignment calibration, data fusion and simple timeline editing are integrated.

All data is visualized and recorded in realtime, conversion to the various file formats happens in an offline post processing stage.

Highly multi-threaded C++ code to scale well to multiple sensors and multiple core machines.

 

Supported sensors:

  • Kinect for XBox 360 / Kinect for Windows v1
  • Kinect for XBox One / Kinect for Windows v2 (one sensor per machine due to driver/SDK restrictions)
  • Azure Kinect
  • Orbbec Astra, Astra Pro & Embedded S sensors
  • Intel RealSense D415, D435 & L515
  • StereoLabs ZED v1, Mini & v2

 

Mesh export file formats:

  • Alembic
  • RealFlow BIN
  • OBJ
  • PLY

 

Particle/points export file formats:

  • Alembic
  • RealFlow Bin
  • BGEO
  • E57
  • GEO
  • OBJ
  • PCD
  • PDA
  • PDB
  • PDC
  • PLY
  • PRT
  • PTC
  • PTS
  • PTX
  • RIB
  • XYZ / XYZRGB
  • UnityCoder Point Cloud Binary

 

Texture  export file formats:

  • JPG
  • PNG
  • TGA
  • TIFF
  • Video (H264, H265, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4/XVID/DIVX, MJPEG codec)
  • OpenEXR (raw depth)

 

Licensing:

  • The perpetual license will never expire, you can always run/install the application
  • This includes one year of free maintenance updates (for the v3 branch), after this you can either continue to use the software or purchase a one-year maintenance upgrade to continue to receive updates for another year
  • A Multi-Sensor license lets you use as many sensors as you want on one license, either on a single machine or from multiple networked machines, you can also mix sensor brands/types of course.
  • A Single-Sensor license restricts to using a single sensor at a time (from any brand/type)

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