Razer Stargazer, a Webcam/ 3D Scanner

Razer Stargazer, a Webcam/ 3D Scanner

Razer Stargazer, a Webcam/ 3D Scanner

Razer Stargazer, a Webcam/ 3D Scanner


The market for high end Webcams has increased a lot over the past few years, with the growing popularity of Steaming, Podcasting and the growing demand for good PC voice capture at affordable prices. 

Today people don't just demand a good picture from their webcams, resulting in the need for some increasingly high end products to enter the market. 

Razer has always prided itself with offering high end gaming oriented products, now offering a webcam that not only can operate at 720p at 60FPS but can also be used as a 3D scanner, allowing the user to create 3D models of household items easily and quickly using Intel's REALSense technology. 


Traditional webcams just don't cut it when it comes to meeting the demands of game streamers and broadcasters today. 
It needs an entirely new webcam.

Enter the Razer Stargazer - offering the highest frame rate optimized resolution for an entirely new generation of gamers. At 60 frames per second, streamers and their audiences will enjoy incredible lifelike video quality to match their game streams.

  Razer Stargazer, a Webcam/ 3D Scanner


Product Features

Ultra-high 60 frames per second capture optimized for streaming (720p max)
Max 1080p HD video capture
Automatic noise cancelling dual array mic
Dynamic Background Removal
3D scanning
Facial/gesture recognition
Flexible clip for laptops and desktop monitors


What the Razer Stargazer is is a product that has a lot of useful use cases, but at the same time is a product that consumers too often ignore. Not many of us own an expensive webcam, but that doesn't mean that a premium product is not something that is useful to have. 

This webcam is expected to be a very popular product among 3D printers and Twitch Streamers, offering functionality that is exceptionally useful and pretty hard to find in many products right now. 


You can join the discussion on Razer's Stargazer Webcam and 3D scanner on the OC3D Forums


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Most Recent Comments

07-01-2016, 12:39:37

Another over priced junk from RazerQuote

07-01-2016, 15:22:39

I was LULZ at first until I seen where a company is going to release 3d printer at a $299.00 price point for home use. That changes my tune a little bit with this product.

Think of all the bits and bobs you can create, or fix around the house. I could replicate drone parts much cheaper than ordering.Quote

07-01-2016, 16:01:47

Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
Another over priced junk from Razer
At least you don't have to touch it so it might not fall apart Quote

07-01-2016, 16:21:27

Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
At least you don't have to touch it so it might not fall apart
Another over priced junk Razer came out with was there Microphone same price as a AT2020.Quote

07-01-2016, 20:18:33

Kids will still get it and those morons that get paid to swear and just play games on their youtube channel will make it a must have. Glad I dont have kids yet. Need some sort of AI assistant to come out asap. Wheres Jarvis! Not Suckerburgs version tho.Quote

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