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TVico User Guide

TVico is an interactive Android computer with a 3D sensor and an RGB camera, a product jointly developed by Orbbec and 3DiVI Inc. It is designed for development of interactive Android applications and bundled with Nuitrack SDK.


There are two options for development with TVico:

  1. TVico as a standalone computer (see Standalone case): apps are installed and run on TVico. TVico is connected to any TV via HDMI.
  2. TVico as a peripheral (see Wireless case) (network connection is used). In this case, TVico acts as a server and your Android device/PC acts as a client:

    • Android: can be used with Mobile AR/VR HMD. Apps are installed and run on your Android device.
    • Windows/Linux: apps are installed and run on your PC (only skeleton info is transferred).
    TVico (server) and your Android device/PC (client) should be linked to the same network.

Please see the installation instructions for both cases below.

Standalone case

  1. Download Nuitrack.apk
  2. Install Nuitrack.apk on TVico following the installation instructions for Android.
  3. Launch the Nuitrack application.
  4. Click Compatibility test and wait until the test is complete.
  5. Enter your secret key and press Upgrade to Pro.
  6. Your device will get license from the activation server and after that Nuitrack will be fully-functional on this device (without 3 minute time limit).
  7. Press Test/Run to test Nuitrack middleware.
Check out our free Android motion controlled games for TVico developed with Nuitrack SDK. You can use these demos to get inspired and develop your own apps for TVico. Please note that Nuitrack.apk installed on TVico is required.

Wireless case

Installation of TVico.apk on TVico

  1. Allow your device to install applications from unknown sources. To do this, go to Settings → Security and tick Unknown sources.
  2. Download TVico.apk (beta) and install it. To install the APK package, locate it in the file manager, open and tap INSTALL.
  3. Launch the Nuitrack application.


  4. Wait for Nuitrack installation. If the Nuitrack installation is successful, the message will be displayed as shown in the picture below:


Setting Up TVico

  1. Click Compatibility test and wait until the test is complete.


  2. Enter your Activation Key and click Get available licenses.


  3. Choose the TVico license type and click Activate. After that, the Nuitrack app will be restarted.


  4. Connect to the network. Possible connection options are:

    1. LAN connection;
    2. Wi-Fi connection;
    3. Wi-Fi hotspot.

    For example, to turn on a Wi-Fi hotspot, you should go to Android Settings → Wireless & Networks → More → Tethering & Portable hotspot and tick the Portable Wi-Fi hotspot.


  5. To turn on the server, run the Nuitrack app. When the server is running, the notification is displayed. To turn off the server, just click on the notification.


Setting Up Your Device


  1. Download and install VicoVR.apk on your device
  2. Connect to the TVico Wi-Fi access point (its default name is AndroidAP)


  3. Run the VicoVR app.
  4. Go to Settings → Developer Options and set the IP Address of TVico in your network (for example, the default IP address for Wi-Fi hotspot on TVico would be


  5. In Settings, click on the Test Sensor button. You will see the window with the depth map, user mask and skeleton.



In this case, only skeleton data can be transferred.
  1. Connect your PC to the Wi-Fi access point (its default name is AndroidAP).
  2. [Unity]
    Import NuitrackSDK.unitypackage to your project and drag-and-drop the Nuitrack Scripts prefab to the Scene. In the Nuitrack Manager section, select Wifi Connect From PC –> TVico. After that, Build and run the project.


    [С# sample with]
    Use the following code to initialize Nuitrack:

    Nuitrack.Init("", Nuitrack.NuitrackMode.DEBUG);
    Nuitrack.SetConfigValue("Settings.IPAddress", ""); // TVico IP-address