The new Mark II SDK and Firmware has brought a lot of stability which is awesome! But, I’m noticing some issues in the quality of scans when comparing the Mark I vs Mark II. Below are 3 sets of images from various apps for the sensor where I did the same action with the Mark I followed by the Mark II. These differences are some of the last remaining issues I am seeing with the App I am working to upgrade to the Mark II support. Has anybody else seen these issues? I’m trying to narrow down if I have a hardware issue or something that I need to patch with a code fix.
Mark I using SDK Dec 9th Scanner App Demo
Mark II using SDK Dec 9th Scanner App Demo
As can be seen above, the Mark II in the demo app provided with the newest SDK is not picking up as many surfaces as the Mark I is using the same software.
Mark I using Expert Calibrator Depth Sensor View
Mark II using Expert Calibrator Depth Sensor View
The expert calibrator app is an app specifically sent by Occipital to use for IR sensor calibration and is not available on the store publicly. This app was mentioned in other forum posts and is what I originally thought was an issue but doesn’t seem to have fixed the root problem as hoped. The depth view clearly shows that the Mark II is not picking up as much as the Mark I.
Mark I using Calibrator App on AppStore (post calibration success)
Mark II using Calibrator App on AppStore (post calibration success)
After calibration, the Mark II still shows the issues from the previous images. I also noticed that the bounding box of where the depth data is coming in is smaller than in the Mark I. Not sure if that is a sign of another type of issue or not.
Is anybody else dealing with these issues? Any guidance on if there is a calibration I’m missing or some type of action that I have forgotten to take with the Mark II is greatly appreciated. All issues above combine to create an odd user experience in the App I’m trying to add Mark II support to since it is definitely handling data differently than the Mark I.
Thanks again in advance!