since this spring I am on OS 9.2.1 (Genesis 1.4)and I still try to get my camera calibration / weed detection done.
Take Foto works for me now, since the OS 9.x. I can also start my camera calibration, and after a lot of tries I found a setup that seems to work good, I take a blue blanket and place red paper circles on it to do the calibration. My camera is nearly perfect aligned with the axis, and my zero.point is in the lower right corner, looking on the taken foto.
After starting the camera calibration it seems to detect the right settings (see next screenshot). the pixel/coord ratio and the camera angle are calculated and seem to be correct, my placement of the objects is aligned parallel to Y, and my origin (0,0) is in the lower right corner (sorry for my german UI screenshots)
First problem here: At the beginning I got messsages in the log, how many objects have been detected, suddenly these log messages stopped, even after I reset the farmware by “Delete farmware data”. How is this possible?
In my opinion all looks good, so I start the weed detection. The result looks strange, as shown in the screenshot, as the coordinates are oriiented wrong, the x-/y-axis coordinates increase in the wrong direction (as the origin is lower right).
When I switch back to the camera calibration screen I can see that the origin changed from “lower right” to “lower left”! I did this sequence multiple times, sometimes it changed to “lower left”, sometimes to “upper left”. The alignment with the axis also changed from “Y” to “X”
On further tests it even chnaged the camera angle by 90 degree, but kept the correct axis orientation (Y) and origin (lower right).
Does anyone know
- why does weed detection farmware changes my correctly determined parameters?
- What can I do to solve this?
Thank, you all, especially @RickCarlino, if you could find the time to have a look here.