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Intel RealSense D435 on Jetson nano


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  • MartyG

    Hi Kubaixixel  If you want to build the RealSense SDK (librealsense) with CMake and have CUDA support enabled then you could try the Nano installation guide in the link below, which has worked for other Nano users. 


    This guide installs the Python compatibility wrapper for librealsense at the same time as installing the SDK.  If you want to install the Python wrapper, you should edit the PYTHONPATH instruction below to use the Python version that is on your particular computer (e.g change '3.6' to '3.7' if you are using Python 3.7):

    export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:/usr/local/lib/python3.6/pyrealsense2


    If you do not need to install the Python wrapper then you could shorten the CMake build instruction to the one below:


    And then stop after Point 6 and do not carry out points 7-9.

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