ZED SDK 2.8 introduces streaming ZED video feed across a network, turning ZED cameras into IP cameras. It also adds support for point-based spatial mapping, simpler Jetson installation process and major wrapper/plugin updates. Read more.
Now the port assigned is either the same port number defined in InitParameters.input.setFromStream(ip,port) or the closest available port number if the port defined is not available.
This allows to know explicitely the internal port that will be used by the streaming receiver, which is useful in applications where the receiving port number must be defined explicitely (Docker containers for example). See InitParameters.input.setFromStream() API documentation for more information.
Available as a standalone installer, the ZED SDK includes applications, tools and sample projects with source code to get started with your camera. Please check out our GitHub page and SDK documentation for additional resources.
Get ZED SDK Docker image. Allows to run ZED SDK in a container with GPU support on a broad range of Linux OS (including Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian).
For the full list of images, see Stereolabs DockerHub repository. To customize your image, see ZED Docker GitHub.
For older releases and changelog, see the ZED SDK release archive.
Build applications with your favorite tools and development environments using these standalone packages, which provide access to the complete feature set of the ZED SDK. See all integrations.
ZED World is a standalone application that allows you to experience mixed reality with stereo pass-through in VR headsets. Requires ZED Mini, Oculus Rift or HTC Vive.