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Hi,

So basically, if I build the sample source files such as NiSimpleViewer.cpp I see a clear disparity between depth and image data when I use DISPLAY_MODE_OVERLAY but when I run the binary Sample-NiSimpleViewer provided with the library I get a good overlap between the data

Am I missing something, do I have to calibrate my kinect manually and use those parameters? or if you have a link to the source on which the binary ni/ni/openni/bin/Sample-NiSimpleViewer is built on, please reply me. Thank you.

I initially assumed that the binaries provided in the stack ni @ ni/ni/openni/bin are actually built on code provided @ ni/ni/openni/build/openni/Samples but when I run ni/ni/openni/bin/Sample-NiSimpleViewer it gives a different output than ni/ni/openni/build/openni/Samples/NiSimpleViewer/NiSimpleViewer.cpp

Here are the images that I obtained from both Binary provided with NI stack image description

If you look at my hand in both the images then you can see a clear disparity.

[I am using diamondback on Ubuntu 10.04]

Best, CV


Originally posted by blueskin on ROS Answers with karma: 284 on 2011-03-07

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It seems, that the registration is not turned on in the second example (bottom image). Just look in the example ho to turn on/off registration.


Originally posted by Suat Gedikli with karma: 91 on 2011-03-14

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