MartyG

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  • MartyG commented,

    The position and rotation of a coordinate in relation to the camera is usually referred to as the pose.  RealSense 400 Series cameras do not have built-in support for pose data (the retired RealSen...

  • MartyG commented,

    You are very welcome!   The way that you are saving the images in the RealSense Viewer is fine.  The Viewer applies a range of post-processing filters and depth colorization settings by default, wh...

  • MartyG commented,

    Are the fx, fy, cx and cy values in the script taken from a csv file exported from the Viewer using the Snapshot button on the depth stream?  The inside of the Viewer's csv file looks like the imag...

  • MartyG commented,

    So the incorrect point cloud at the top of this case is not from the RealSense Viewer but instead created by exporting depth and color PNG images from the Viewer and importing them into Open3D to g...

  • MartyG commented,

    Hi Zahid Iqbal  It sounds as though what you are seeking might be the angle of a coordinate.  If so then the link below may be a helpful reference. https://github.com/IntelRealSense/librealsense/is...

  • MartyG commented,

    Thanks very much for the RGB image.  It looks as though that image and the 2D mode's depth image are okay but the problem is occurring in 3D mode when depth and RGB are mapped together to produce a...

  • MartyG commented,

    Hello, could you provide an RGB color image of the scene please so that I can check it for possible elements that may be confusing the depth sensing?

  • MartyG commented,

    In Intel's 2018 multiple camera white-paper guide they test 4 cameras with Amazon's own-brand AmazonBasics mains powered USB 3 hub.  I have used that hub brand myself over the years since then and ...

  • MartyG commented,

    There is an easier way to visualize how the coordinate system works.  Depth and RGB color each have their own separate 3D coordinate systems.  In these systems, the positive x-axis points to the ri...

  • MartyG commented,

    The SATA board and the USB ports will all be drawing power for the cameras from the computer's power supply unit (PSU) so the more cameras that are added, the greater the overall power draw will be...