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edWeb last edited by
I got my ciclop more or less 2 weeks ago. it is mounted and I am able to calibrate with the restriction that I do not understand how to optimize the camera settings to get a proper result.
first problem: scanning with 2 lasers gives me a "double " point-cloud. I mean that the left laser scan does not coincide with the one of the right laser. ----> work around: scanning with only one
second problem: what to do to eliminate the swoosh at scan time, especially when inside the hollow parts of the object. To prevent inadequate counseling (saving time of us all) I give following environment data: light is diffuse, no shadows. I succeeded to produce a configuration of camera (with subsequent complete calibration for texture scan) which has very little swoosh, but I am unable to reproduce for texture scan and also am I unable to reproduce this configuration from scratch. I am probably lacking some information.
- when should the ciclop be calibrated? (consider mainly non texture scan and the ciclop fixed to a stable support to grant it's physical stability)
- is there any possibility to change from one to two laser scanning without calibrating?
- does a better camera also improve scanning capability
thanks a lot for answers
ps: disculpad el ingles que es mas facil para mi. respuestas en español estan tambien bienvenidas!
sgruben last edited by
Es bueno calibrar tras encender al arrancar Horus ;). El tema de los láseres, ocurre lo mismo. Si se cambia la cámara se puede dar una mejor resolución, pero es necesario modificar el programa Horus.