Zivid Quick Start

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This tutorial provides information about how to get started with Zivid.

Check Zivid box contents

In the Zivid box you should find:

Zivid One Plus

Zivid Two

Zivid One Plus

Zivid Two

Zivid 3D camera

Power Supply

5 m USB 3.0 cable

5 m Cat 6 Ethernet cable

Optional: 5 / 10 / 20 m power extension cable

Optional: 10 / 25 m optical cable

Developer kit also contains:

  • On-arm mount for robots

  • On-arm mount extender

  • Stationary mount

Verify system requirements

Make sure your computer configuration is suitable for use with Zivid.

Install Zivid Software

Follow Zivid Software Installation tutorial

Take the first point cloud

  1. Launch Zivid Studio.

  2. Once Zivid Studio recognizes and connects to your camera, set your "Max Capture Time" slider and click "Analyze & Capture" to get your first Zivid point cloud.
    For a more in-depth understanding of Zivid functionality, see Zivid Studio User Guide.

Start developing with Zivid SDK

Build your first 'Hello Zivid World' application with:

Check out the official Zivid GitHub repository for C++, C# (.NET), Python, MATLAB, and HALCON code samples as well as packages and drivers like Zivid Python and Zivid ROS, or continue to see out Quick Capture Tutorial.



Should you encounter any issues, check Troubleshooting/FAQ.