03-11-2017 02:50 PM
I installed David 5.1 and tried a number of experiments to gauge any improvement to the Calibration routine. I was really hoping that the optimize dual camera function was fixed. However after a number of setups and experiments with the various settings under the advanced -> calibration tab it seems that that function is still producing the same distorted calibration. I first started by leaving every setting at default and calibrating to a 200mm calibration corner I use often. I then Scanned the corner and observed/measured the results. With the Optimize Dual Camera setting off I the scans were measuring 90.0046 degrees panel angle.
With the setting on I measured 90.7368 degrees:
The calibration information is different between the two as well.
Needless to say there was no physical change at all to the hardware between these two tests. I didn't touch the cameras or projector, and I changed nothing in David except turning on and off the Optimize dual camera function.
Hopes this helps.
In looking over my notes the differences between on and off are less then they were in version 5.0.7 but that was a different setup up so I cant say there weren't other factors involved.