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Re: Intel D415 with Dot3D Software

Post by blazaj » Fri Nov 09, 2018 2:18 pm

Hello Eugene,

thank you for sharing, it looks promising! I'm thinking about using it on facade decoration which is impossible to scan in sufficient detail from terrain because of its hight over ground. Do you think it could be used on a selfie stick scanning for example a facade from a window? What is the quality and resolution of the stills? Would you mind to share some data?

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Post by 3DForensics » Mon Nov 12, 2018 5:07 pm

You could definitely use it on a pole or selfie stick. There is a 1/4 thread adapter included on the sensor.

As for details, it depends on how small. I have not run a test to verify this but for larger details it would be ok. However, anything smaller than 1cm, I think would be problematic. The Xtion sensor that ships with the DPI-8X is better quality in my opinion but at least you can get some outdoor scanning with the intel.

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Re: Intel D415 with Dot3D Software

Post by bdawood » Mon Nov 12, 2018 5:41 pm

3DForensics wrote:
Mon Nov 12, 2018 5:07 pm
The Xtion sensor that ships with the DPI-8X is better quality in my opinion but at least you can get some outdoor scanning with the intel.

Eugene
I thought the Intel sensor is more advanced and more accurate than the old Xtion, is there a noticeable difference, also did you try to register with a Faro scan

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Post by 3DForensics » Mon Nov 12, 2018 5:45 pm

The data looks a little less accurate on the Intel sensor but close to the Xtion. I have registered DotProduct data to FARO data before but not specifically with this new sensor. It really should not make a difference. Best way to register is with targets.

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Re: Intel D415 with Dot3D Software

Post by bdawood » Mon Nov 12, 2018 6:04 pm

Thanks Eugene, that is helpful

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