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Thanks for your kind words.
In general, depth sensing cameras do have their image quality potentially deteriorated by reflective surfaces such as glass and spectacles. This is why shiny jewelry is difficult to get a good 3D scan of unless you coat it in something that dampens the reflection, such as a fine spray-on powder (baby powder or foot powder) or a specialist anti-reflective 3D scanning spray like the one below.
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For those keeping track, we have successfully used the D430 through normal glass straight and at a small angle <20 degrees both with and without the IR projector engaged and retained great imagery. At an angle or any distance from the glass, the IR projector can dazzle the cameras, so be aware of that.
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Thanks for your update, we will keep this information in our records for future references.
Again, thank you very much.