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Could you please provide the steps you’re using as exactly as possible so we can replicate your issue? I would like to know which environment you’re working on and the steps you’re using to compile and run.
Also, I’m wondering if you have tried running the DF_3DScan.cs.exe sample. I would like to know if you get some positive results from it. You can launch it or, if you wish, compile and execute within Microsoft Visual Studio. Check this link to know where it is located https://software.intel.com/sites/landingpage/realsense/camera-sdk/v1.1/documentation/html/sample_3d_scan_cs.html.
We’ll be waiting for your reply.
Thanks for your responses, and I'm sorry for my delay getting back. I was able to get it working.
I found a fork of the FaceMapping2 software which contains a commit aimed at compatibility with the 2016 R2 SDK.
Here it is:
Essentially, it seems that the Sense Manager needs to be initialized before the 3D Scan module can be configured (see line 208).
As far as I can tell, that order of operations is the opposite of the 2016 R1 SDK (and the change is undocumented).