Unfortunately, this doesn’t work for me - neither with the Mini nor the Pop 2. Markers are not recognised - perhaps due to using an inkjet printer (3rd party ink Brother JW series)? Do you guys use lasers?
That’s not exactly how it works .
The white dot need to be separate from the background to be recognized as a marker .
This mean the if you used yellow stroke for your MINI markers it would works too because MINI blue light is absorbed by yellow .
For POP2 use only backgrounds for the dots that are invisible .
For example you can throw some rice on a black plastic plate or plastic bag and it will be recognized as a markers …
So don’t think it needs to be exactly what they tell you it have to be .
It is not about the black color … it is about the property of the surface .
The point is to separate the white dot from the rest of your scanned object surface so the software can recognize it as a marker .