ShadowTail wrote:To answer some of your questions:
- 1: That depends on what you can afford. Better resolution = finer details, more accuracy. For a DLSR camera you want live view for fast scans. In general, I recommend 1280x800 as the minimum resolution you should go for in a projector.
- 2: That is required for proper triangulation. An angle of 20-30° gives you more accurate results than an angle of 10-15° at the cost of requiring more scans.
- 3: In general you want to have the projector/camera focus on a narrow area to get more detail out of the scan. Wide angle lenses will ultimately get you less detailed scans.
- 4: Yes. Though you should adjust things before you calibrate. Once calibration is done, you must not change any settings or zoom.
- 5: Industrial cameras and DSLR cameras come with a bigger, faster and higher quality sensor. They produce a lot less noise than, say, a webcam. Plus they give you better results under low light conditions.
Hope that helps .)
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