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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 following modules : EVAL-ADTF3175-NXZ or EVAL-ADSD3100-NXZ
    • Run TOF_Evaluation_BM-Rel2.x.x, you should see the window below
    • 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'
  • 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-Rel3.x.x, the GUI should stay on.
      • If the GUI automatically turns off, or takes too long to start, it is likely that the camera server is not detected, please visit the troubleshooting guide
    • Select tof-viewer_config config file in the drop down menu, and hit '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
    • EVAL-ADTF3175-NXZ : mp, qmp
    • EVAL-ADSD3100-NXZ : mp, qmp
    • EVAL-ADTF3175D-NXZ : mp, qmp
  • 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 option allows users to save AB, Depth, and PointCloud, and raw frames while viewing the scene
  • Select the number of frames to record and click 'Start Recording'
  • In the pop-up window select save location and save as FSF format


  • The 'Playback Options' menu allows the user to play recorded data
  • Click 'Open Recording' and select the '_XYZ.fsf' file


resources/eval/user-guides/eval-adsd3100-nxz-gui.1657218960.txt.gz · Last modified: 07 Jul 2022 20:36 by Harshvardhan Bhatia