3D scanning - high resolution for small objects

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letstry001
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Re: 3D scanning - high resolution for small objects

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In this resurce i see the orrizontal (ONE camera) angle : https://www.bgsu.edu/content/dam/BGSU/l ... labLab.pdf but i can not find more detailed resorces about (camera/projector) angle configurations...or how to understand calibration infos.
NARMELLA
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Re: 3D scanning - high resolution for small objects

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Unfortunately, The software developers (David Laser Scanner ) have not commented on this.

All have been discovered by users.

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If I can remember well ، it was about ten degrees.

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letstry001
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Re: 3D scanning - high resolution for small objects

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Ok and also the camera position (left,right,up,down) is not importat...like i see in your configuration (that it is on top of projector).
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Micr0
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Re: 3D scanning - high resolution for small objects

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letstry001 wrote: 08 Apr 2021, 19:39 Ok and also the camera position (left,right,up,down) is not importat...like i see in your configuration (that it is on top of projector).
Correct. David will sense the camera location during calibration and calibrate accordingly. The only important factor is the angle between the camera and projector. Too shallow and the calibration will fail or there will be more error in the scan data.
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