FOV vs. Output Resolution
I'm trying to rectify something in my mind, I'm sure is simple.
I'm not a programmer, I don't have experience with the SDK
Looking at the 455 (depth)
- Field of View: 3:2
- Output Resolution: 16:9
How to I rectify the difference in these?
I make the assumption that the output resolution is trying to show as much of the captured data as possible, but wouldn't be to display ALL the data, due to difference between capture and output.??
(it would be missing some of the vertical data in the output resolution)
(it could smash/scale the data to make it "fit")
Hi Stevew An application image from an Android cellphone device in the RealSense Android documentation illustrates that images are sized to fit the available screen space rather than being cropped.
The Google Play listing of Intel's RsCamera RealSense Android application provides further demonstration images.
An open-source code version of the 'RsCamera' Google Play application called Camera can be found here:
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