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Interface loop 2 years 8 months ago #142

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I'm trying to calibrate system for small field of view and have encountered two problems:
1. it was impossible to set cameras focus for the distance smaller than 300mm. Tried to resolve this putting distancing rings of the thicknes of 0.5mm (apparently resolved).
2. during the system calibration, after OK of colour calibration done, appeared the modal (?Info?) window (attached) which is blocking any action.
What shall I do?
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Interface loop 2 years 8 months ago #143

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Hello Giankoz,

1. you did right! In order to set the focus for the field of view of 150 and 100mm you have to mount the distancing rings.
2. you didn't put the calibration plate in the correct position. It should be as the image attached to this post.

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Interface loop 2 years 8 months ago #148

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Yes, angle at which I placed the calibration plate was wrong... I corrected this but for small field of view again appears the same modal message box without any useful comment. I suppose there could arise problems from different angular size of the test pattern (see atachment). I could compensate this, changing positions of cameras, but like this they will be placed far from indicators. Accordingly with indicators cameras are strongly assymetric with respect to the projector apperture (110mm and 175mm respectively).
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Interface loop 2 years 8 months ago #149

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Hi Giankoz,
the optical setup seems ok, but you have to turn the calibration plate 90° anticlockwise (as in Fig.15 and Fig.24 of the software manual) in order to let the software compute the right size of the field of view.
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