Stacking The Laser Projector Output For A Brighter Perceived Laser Output • Part 3/4

Stacking The Laser Projector Output For A Brighter Perceived Laser Output • Part 3/4


now that we’ve got all four corners
matched up, now we’re going to come over and change from our basic alignment to
our crosshatch. now we have a crosshatch on all four corners. come back to my
secondary scanner. we could take a look here. and the idea is you could see that
we’ve got a lot of around the camera, looks like there’s a lot of flicker, but
actually that’s not too bad. but we’ll start with the one by one pattern
and that will give us a chance to fine-tune our corners. so I’ll start with
the lower left. and lower left I’m going to just walk in with my mouse or with my
my arrow keys on my keyboard. and you want to eyeball this, really focus on the
area that you’re working on, because when this comes together you’ll see it almost
click with your eyes. you’ll see a lot of flicker and then all of a sudden the
flickering will stop. so you can kind of see it’s even visible in the camera the
lower left order looks fairly solid. we’ll do the same thing now lower right
corner. and a little bit of a flicker I’m going to walk it in. so now with all four corners really
dialed in with the crosshatch pattern, I’m going to come back to my 3×3 pattern.
and this gives me a chance to really adjust several new areas that weren’t in
the pattern before. Center top, top center left center, right center and lower
center. this will give us a cross pattern that we can kind of adjust. so let’s do
this in the cooking show format and I’m going to adjust those real quick. and now cooking show format wise, I have
my top left right and bottom adjusted. now it’s again, it’s kind of hard to tell
because the refresh rate on the camera. the trick is really to let your eyes
relax. while you’re looking at the lines with what you’ll see is, you’ll see a lot
of flickered a lot of jumping. when you relax your eyes and you actually get
both of both areas aligned correctly, it will literally just kind of pop and
click into place. so yeah there’s no real way, sorry I’m using a cell phone
camera, there we go that’s kind of better so we don’t have as much flicker, but now
I’m going to go ahead and switch this over. we’re going to take a look at the 5
by 5 pattern, which is going to give us several new areas.

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