On Mon, Jan 18, 2016 at 5:40 AM, Florian Echtler <fl...@butterbrot.org
> Hello Daniel,
> this has been sitting here for a while, but I've just had a look at
> these values for my F200 and got very similar results. Would it be
> possible that they just use a different convention for the origin?
> Normally, it's in the lower left image corner, so the principal point is
> somewhere around (resX/2,resY/2). However, if the convention here is to
> use the image center as origin, then if you multiply the values with
> res/2, you get something on the order of 5-10 pixels which would fit
> pretty well...
> Best, Florian
Intel just released an open sourced (apache license) library that
extracts the factory calibration, and converts it to a point cloud. I
assume the knowledge can be found in the source, but there is too much
for me to have read, and understood it all at this point. There seems
to be some parts marked TODO in the temperature compensation code so
it may still not be a 100% ready solution for the F200. I think the
R200 internally corrects for temperature.
teknotus (Take Notice)