1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 28, 2018 12:17 AM by MartyG

    Corrupted rows of pixels in D415 color image

    copiousOne

      I am seeing intermittent behavior where I get 6 or so rows of corrupted data on the RGB sensor.  Most likely to do with some timing / border croping sensor register either getting corrupted or not set properly in the first place.  On the other hand it could be the UVC driver which I have never not had problems with.  Anybody else seeing this?

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        • 1. Re: Corrupted rows of pixels in D415 color image
          MartyG

          Is the camera being moved when you are taking the scan, or are you scanning something that is moving?

           

          I wonder if the bands are resulting from an issue related to the camera's shutter.  The D415 uses a type of shutter called a 'rolling shutter' that does not cope with processing motion as well as the D435 model, which has a 'global shutter' suited to moving capture.