We will present some of our latest light field inspection camera systems at the SPS IPC Drives 2015 exhibition in Nürnberg. Visit us at the VDMA stand 4A – 352/357.
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When you export the calibration of a ray file or a rays sequence, you obtain an XML-file which allows you to calculate where the microlenses appear on the raw image. This manual explains how to use the XML-file data:
This example shows how you can load a png image file that contains the raw image of a Raytrix light field camera and convert it to a ray file. This can be useful if you recorded images from a Raytrix light field camera without RxLive. Here is the download link:
This document gives all details on how to trigger a R29 camera link camera:
The latest version of the Light Field SDK 3.0 documentation can be found online under this link: http://www.raytrix.de/Rx.ApiLF.3.1/
The latest version of the Light Field SDK 3.0 documentation can be found online under this link: http://www.raytrix.de/Rx.ApiLF.3.0/
If you would like to stitch a number of 3D data sets generated with RxLive to a combined 3D model, have a look at this manual. It uses the software MeshLab to achieve the stitching.
This presentation shows you all the steps needed to get your Raytrix camera up and running and what you need to do to obtain a 3D image. You can also have a look at this screen cast video: Screencast RxLive 2.10 First Camera Image