Windows installer: DownloadAfter installing, check out the user guide to get started
3d-beats is currently available for free. It does not log any information, make changes to your system, or access the internet. However, note that I'm not responsible for any problems that may occur by running 3d-beats.
Requirements:There are a few other items that you will need in order to use 3d-beats:
Intel RealSense depth camera. D415 recommended, D435 also works.
A USB3 cable must be used to connect the camera to your computer - depending on your setup, consider getting a longer cable than the one that comes with the RealSense camera.
Adjustable arm to mount camera above desk.
Something like this would work.
64-bit Windows 10 system.
(want a different operating system? let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Graphics card with support for OpenGL 4.3 and OpenCL 1.2.
Not sure? Look up your GPU
You will get the best performance running 3d-beats on a dedicated GPU.
- Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) of your choice.
- Internal MIDI loop-back program, such as the free LoopBe1
(This allows 3d-beats to be exposed to your DAW as a MIDI instrument)
- Low-latency audio output
For best real-time performance, you may need a dedicated audio interface (like this or this) to minimize the time between when you tap on the table and when you hear the sound.