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ADIToFGUI Eval Kit 5.0.0 or later

With Eval Kit software 5.0.0 there have been some major updates to ADIToFGUI, starting with the UX.



1. Open ADIToFGUI located in the installation “bin” folder.

2. Select “config_adsd3500_adsd3100.json” → Open

3. Select the desired mode → Play

4. Streaming frames

New Features

Adjusting the Ini Parameters

It is now possible to adjust some of the configuration parameters during use. These parameters are generally stored in ini/JSON files are a per mode basis. The ADSD3500 and depth compute libraries receive the changed parameter values.

The Ini Parameter window can be selected at any point. Select Ini Params in the Tools menu.. To do so follow the image below.

Once opened the Ini Parameter window can be use to adjust the parameter.

Modify is needed to write the parameters to the device. Please note, the stream is stopped, the ADSD3500 and depth compute library updated, then the stream is restarted.

Reset is used to set the values in the ADSD3500 and depth compute library back to those from the original ini file.

Save saves the parameters listed in the window to the a file.

Trouble Shooting

Slow Point Cloud Rendering

If rendering of the point cloud is slow, it may be necessary to ensure the GPU is rendering and not the CPU. With an NVIDIA GPU you can do the following.

1. NVIDIA Control Panel → Manage 3D Settings → Program Settings → Add

2. Browse

3. Select the folder “C:\Analog Devices\TOF_Evaluation_ADTF3175D-Rel5.0.0\bin” → ADIToFGUI.exe → Open

4. For the select program “ADIToFGUI” → Select “High-performance NVIDIA processor” → Apply

ADIToFGUI Eval Kit 4.3.0 or earlier

This is a guide for the ToF module viewer. This page applies to the viewer for the following modules:


  • Find the ADIToFGUI.exe in the 'viewer' or 'bin' folder located at the install location
    • v2.x.x
      • Default location : C:\Analog Devices\TOF_Evaluation_BM-RelX.X.X\viewer\
    • v3.x.x
      • Default location : C:\Analog Devices\TOF_Evaluation_BM-RelX.X.X\bin\
  • If you are evaluating the EVAL-ADTF3175D-NXZ:
    • Confirm that an unidentified local network has been discovered by the pc - IP address =
    • Run TOF_Evaluation_BM-Relx.x.x
    • Hit refresh until a Device is found
    • Select .json file based on your kits serial number - Software Release version 4.2.0+
      • If your serial number starts with 'DV11' or 'CR' select tof-viewer_config.json
      • If your serial number starts with 'am' select tof_crosby_adsd3500_new_modes_config.json
  • If you are evaluating the following modules : EVAL-ADTF3175-NXZ or EVAL-ADSD3100-NXZ (only supported with software release 2.1.1)
    • Start the viewer to get to the window below
      • If a camera is connected it should show up in the 'Device' drop down menu
      • Select your device
      • Select correct config file (depends on which module you are using)
      • Click 'Open Device'

Run Camera

  • Once the device has been initialized the 'ToF Camera Options' menu should be available
  • Available modes will depend on the module serial number : mode_table
  • Select preferred view option (described below) and click play to run camera

If the user disconnects the camera via USB-C cable while the GUI has initialized the camera. The user must restart the GUI

Active Brightness and Depth

  • If this option is selected, the first window will show active brightness/intensity, while the second window will show depth
  • Depth is shown in mm, the user can hover over the image to see real-time depth data

Mode Switching

  • If the user wants to switch modes while the camera is running frames:
    • Click 'Stop'
    • Select mode in drop down menu
    • Click 'Play'

Point Cloud and Depth

  • If camera is already running 'Active Brightness and Depth' viewer:
    • Click 'Stop'
    • Select 'Point Cloud and Depth'
    • Click 'Play'
  • If this option is selected, the first window will show a point-cloud generated from the depth on the second window.
  • Point Cloud Controls:
    • Zoom In/Out
      • Use the mouse wheel and scroll forward to zoom in, scroll backwards to zoom out.
    • Grab image and move it in all directions
      • Hover over the Point Cloud Image and and drag the mouse while the right mouse button is pressed. Move slowly
    • Rotate image
      • Drage the mouse while pressing the left mouse button
    • Increase / Decrease Point Cloud point size
      • Grab the slider at the bottom of the Point Cloud window and move it left or right to decrease or increase the point size.
    • Reset View
      • Press the “Reset View” button to restore to default image size and position


  • Recording via the GUI is deprecated, please use data_collect for recording data during evaluation.


resources/eval/user-guides/eval-adsd3100-nxz-gui.txt · Last modified: 10 Apr 2024 18:26 by Andre Straker-Payne