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How do I have to interpret the exported calibration XML files?

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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:

Example: Creating RAY file from PNG image

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:

Where do I find the documentation for the Light Field SDK 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.3.1/

 

Where do I find the documentation for the Light Field SDK 3.0?

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/

 

How do I stitch multiple 3D data sets?

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.

How do I set up my camera and get a 3D image?

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: