@bigssu @xthunder Thanks for the feedback here.
- Do you see a similar vertical offset within Calibrator, or only in the Scanner app?
If it’s only pronounced in the Scanner app, then this may be somewhat expected (I’ll explain more next).
- Have you tried the Scanner sample from the SDK itself, or the App Store? The App Store app hasn’t been updated to leverage the new OIS-compensation we’ve introduced for iPad Pro 10.5. The SDK sample, deployed with XCode, should be better.
We will update the Scanner App Store sample soon, to account for this.
Meanwhile, one temporary trick you can use is to make sure the iPad is facing forward, perfectly horizontal, during both calibration and during scanning. If the orientation is kept the same, the new OIS compensation won’t be necessary. What’s going on under the hood is that, with newer Apple devices, the lenses float around quite a bit due to the effects of gravity, and without special compensation for this, the calibration varies with the angle you hold the iPad.