VIOSO 6 is able to combine calibrations from several cameras. This function can also be used to measure and recalibrate surfaces that cannot be captured by a camera. This function is only available in free mode.
The screen is divided based on the camera images and the respective areas in the same project are measured one after the other.
When the calibrations are complete, the special part of the task begins.
Each resulting compound must now be set up in 3D space using a 3D object.
Then, the warp must remain untouched, the Warp adjustment is done in the next step.
The individual calibrations must be loaded in parallel. This requires several instances of the VIOSO software.
To do this, the software is started several times or our “Blackbox” developer tool is used.
If all calibrations are displayed at the same time, you can start to manually adjust the transitions between the calibrations to each other.
If the images are adjusted to each other, the compounds are saved individually. Now the calibrations can be merged.
When assembling, various processes must be carried out in order to ultimately get a coherent compound.
Finally, the warp can be adjusted again in the entire compound, masks can be created and the blending can be recalculated.
Detailed instructions are in progress and will be posted soon. Until then, look here: