A number of other users have encountered this issue with one box on the cpp-capture sample being blank. So I'm not sure that it is related to rviz. Though the layout and types of the streams displayed may vary between users, that blank corner is commonly occupied by a stream called INFRARED2.
Here's an example:
My experience is that there is not a single common fix for this. Some people have solved it by one of the following:
- Using the camera with a different PC.
- Reinstalling their computer
- Patching the 'uvcvideo' Linux file.
Edit: I looked again at your depth image, and it reminded me of a recent case of similar 'mirroring' related the the scripting of the 'rows and columns' values.
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