Knowledgebase: Application Notes
External Orientation Calibration
Posted by Elisha Byrne, Last modified by Micah Simonsen on 13 October 2016 01:08 PM

There are several instances in which the use of the External Orientation Calibration can be helpful:

1. Large measurement fields for which a large enough grid is not practical.

2. The cameras have been moved or bumped since calibration, giving you a higher than expected projection error

3. Test setups that include nonstandard distortions, such as from a glass pane or viewing window

The linked document explains the different procedures for using this feature for all of the above instances:

http://www.correlatedsolutions.com/supportcontent/external-orientation-calibration.pdf



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