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Hi to all,

I've compiled with catkin_make the Intel Real Sense package: https://github.com/intel-ros/realsense with no errors and I'm able to display colored images by using:

rosrun rqt_image_view rqt_image_view

and selecting the topic:

/camera/color/image_raw 

If I select other topics like

/camera/infrared1/image_raw
/camera/depth/image_raw

I only get a black screen.

If I try to follow this tutorial: http://wiki.ros.org/RealSense_R200 and I load the file realsenseRvizConfiguration1.rviz I get only the colored image and the other windows related to depth and infrared options are black.

Can you help me please? I would like to capture both infrared and depth data coming from the R200 sensor.

I would like to show the same data as showed in this screenshot: http://wiki.ros.org/RealSense_R200?action=AttachFile&do=get&target=snapshot.png in order to get an environment map.

Thank you!!


Originally posted by Marcus Barnet on ROS Answers with karma: 287 on 2016-05-07

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Comment by Marcus Barnet on 2016-05-11:
no tips? :(

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Hey, try running the librealsense binaries first. If it's still black for IR views, make sure you run the patch for uvcvideo. Check out https://github.com/intel-ros/realsense/issues/12


Originally posted by alee with karma: 194 on 2016-05-12

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Comment by Marcus Barnet on 2016-05-19:
The IR view works well if I run the librealsense binaries but only get a black screen under ROS. :(

Comment by alee on 2016-05-19:
Try using the instructions on the Github readme for the ROS driver

Comment by Marcus Barnet on 2016-05-19:
Yes, I solved it by installing the ROS driver! Now, it seems to work well!! thank you!

Comment by Ark on 2017-03-14:
Hi Marcus, could you please give any details on how to install the ROS driver to fix this problem? Many thanks!

Comment by Marcus Barnet on 2017-03-14:
I followed the instructions on this page: http://wiki.ros.org/RealSense

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