Getting Started with Immersity AI API

Immersity APIs offer developers a seamless and user-friendly experience through a set of powerful RESTful APIs. Harness the capabilities of our APIs to effortlessly generate disparity maps from 2D images and unlock the potential for creating breathtaking 3D animations from your 2D image collection.


Immersity AI API is described in accordance with the OpenAPI v3.0 Specification (OAS).
This allows developers to easily integrate their programs or scripts with Immersity AI API.
Instead of manually writing the API client code for each endpoint, a very common practice is to automatically generate it. For the most languages, there are available libraries, plugins and CLI tools that take the OAS file or URL as input and generate a fully usable client code.

The latest Immersity AI OAS is available here.

πŸ“ Authentication

In order to access our APIs, you will need a Immersity AI Account. If you do not already have one, you can easily create on Immersity AI. You can then manage your client ID and secrets in the Immersity AI Account Page.

Getting Your Client ID and Secret

Immersity AI APIs uses Client Credentials flow for providing access to the resources. Once you create and login with your account to Immersity AI, click on Leia Account on the top right hand corner of the window.

Then select Manage Account

Click on API tab. This is where you can manage all your Client ID and Secret Key pairs.

Click on β€˜+’ sign to add a new Client ID and Secret Key Pair.

Your Client credentials, client IDs and secrets, should be treated as sensitive information. Anyone getting access to these can drain your credits by using these secrets and keys. You should never share or expose your client credentials publicly. A few additional approaches include:

Use Secure Storage: Store your client credentials and secrets securely. It is recommended to use encrypted storage or a secure key management system to safeguard this information.

Avoid Embedding Credentials in Code: Avoid hard-coding client credentials directly in application code or configuration files. Instead, consider using environment variables or configuration files separate from the application code.

Regularly Rotate Secrets: It is a good idea to periodically rotate client secrets and credentials to mitigate the risk of unauthorized access. This practice adds an extra layer of security and helps prevent potential security breaches.

Exchanging your Client ID and Secret for an Access Token

In order to obtain an access token with your client credentials, use the Get Access Token API endpoint.

Immersity AI API Uses OAuth2 client credentials flow. Please refer to OAuth2 documentation for more details about this authentication flow.

πŸ“ˆ Credits

Credits are required to use Immersity AI API.

Credits are the currency used to access and utilize the features of Immersity AI including this API.

Each API request consumes a certain amount of credits based on its complexity and resources utilized. To make API requests, you need to have a sufficient number of credits in your account.

As a promotional offer, each new account will initially receive 100 free credits and each API will require a flat rate of 10 credits per call. Currently, you can use these credits with Immersity AI API or the web application. However, free credits can't be used for commercial purposes. After depleting your free credits, additional credits can be purchased via your account.

Click on your profile picture on Immersity AI, then click Buy Credits.

Once you make the payment, Credits will be reflected in your account.

Pre-Signed URLs

Immersity AI APIs use pre-signed URLs to write the output data to. This approach provides, among other things,

Reduced Server Load: Offloading the data upload process to the client and storage provider reduces the workload on the API server. This allows us to handle more concurrent requests and improves overall API performance.

Scalability: By leveraging the scalability of cloud storage providers, we can accommodate large-scale data uploads without straining server resources.

Faster Uploads: With direct client-to-storage uploads, data transfer is more efficient, leading to faster upload times compared to having the data pass through multiple servers.

Simplified Error Handling: The direct upload approach simplifies error handling since most issues, such as network interruptions or upload failures, are handled by the storage provider, and the client can be notified accordingly.

These URLs must have HTTP PUT permissions embedded. If you would like to learn more about the pre-signed URLs, please refer to your respective cloud provider.

AWS S3 Presigned URLs

GCP Cloud Storage Signed URLs

Azure Blob Storage Shared Access Signature (SAS)

API Usage Example snippets


import uuid
import requests
correlation_id = str(uuid.uuid4())
token_response =
    "client_id": YOUR_CLIENT_ID,
    "client_secret": YOUR_CLIENT_SECRET,
    "grant_type": "client_credentials",
access_token = token_response["access_token"]
response =
  headers={"Authorization": f"Bearer {access_token}"},  # Acquired in previous step
    "correlationId": correlation_id,
    "inputImageUrl": ORIGINAL_IMAGE_URL,  # Link to the image you want to get disparity for
    "resultPresignedUrl": put_disparity_presigned_url,  # Presigned URL with HTTP PUT permission.
  timeout=5 * 60,  # expires in 5 min
# Check if the response code is 2XX


import axios from "axios";
import { v4 as uuidv4 } from "uuid";
const correlationId = uuidv4();
    inputImageUrl: ORIGINAL_IMAGE_URL, // URL to the image you want to create disparity map for
    resultPresignedUrl: putDisparityPresignedUrl, // Presigned URL with HTTP PUT permission where disparity map will be created
    headers: {
      Authorization: `Bearer ${accessToken}`, // acquired in previous step
    timeout: 3 * 60 * 1000, // request times out after 3 minutes


You can find a python and node.js sample here

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