I tried to scan the pattern on this cone, but when I spin it, the tracking goes crazy. Spinning is done extremely slowly. In RevoScan I tried all the settings but it does the same. I don’t want to paint it white. It would probably turn out better. I do not know. The software is the latest version. I also did the accuracy test in the calibration software and it came out fine. What is the problem? What I don’t do well?
The problem is the Gain setting , it need to be set on auto first , it is too dark as your object looks like made from plastic you you will heed a 3D spray , try the auto gain , if not working and you still see blue , use 3D spray .
POP2 can’t scan usually a black plastic , but the auto gain my help … not quarantine success here.
You are using Infrared so it get absorbed by black plastic and mostly invisible to IR
I do not understand. What is Gain setting? Do you mean to set RGB and Depth camera to Auto? Because it doesn’t work that way either.
Yes the Depth Camera setting are called Gain settings , if the Auto don;t works , please use 3D Scan spray or paint it . Black plastic is invisible to Infrared Light.
What @PUTV said, but also you should use a neutral background, like black cardboard. Objects and patterns in the background that do not belong to the object to be scanned confuse the tracking.
That’s so true @Eldkatten and a good tip
One more tip , the latest software have a range function build in , so the background can be eliminated as long it is not the ground , it is easy to slide the range slider down .
Does it? I didn’t see that yet. Thank you for the tip.
It is very usable if you have small space on the desk and don’t want the background like a wall to be included in your scan .
If you use turntable and things like background or the actually ground is scanned while the object rotate , you going to lose tracking very quickly.