Occipital’s initial augmented reality module, the Structure Sensor, gave iPhones and iPads the depth-sensing abilities of the HoloLens. Now, the company’s latest product promises to do the same for Android devices, as well as augmented reality and virtual reality headsets and other devices.

On Thursday, the company announced Structure Core, a depth sensor that encapsulates optics for environmental mapping and an inertial measurement unit (IMU) sensor for six degrees of freedom (6DoF) tracking. The company’s previously released Structure Sensor relied on the camera and inertia sensors built… more


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