7 Replies Latest reply on Nov 29, 2017 9:45 PM by KFindlater

    optimising Euclid depth cam to prioritize close-range objects


      I have found that the Euclid's default settings mean that it has trouble seeing small-ish objects (12 x 12 cm, 4cm high) at less than 1m. By trouble, I mean the data is missing/black in the depth image where the object should be.  Only when the camera is moved back to about 1 or 1.1m away, does the object finally appear in the depth image data.


      Is this something that changing the depth gain or providing an ambient IR flood light might help with? I played with the depth and exposure parameters of the R200 way back, and it did help with similar circumstances, just not sure if the Euclid's camera technology/settings work in the same way, or if someone else has found a good combination of these parameters for their own projects.