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Occipital’s Structure Sensor Reimagined For Mobile 6DoF Inside-Out Positional Tracking

Occipital launched the Structure Sensor computer vision camera through a Kickstarter campaign in 2013. The company is now offering AR/VR developer kits that can integrate the Structure Sensor into smartphone HMDs.
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