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This guide provides a comprehensive overview of using CeTape with the CeConstructor system, ensuring precise orientation between the cameras and the object.

Step 1: Purpose of CeTape

  • The CeTape is designed to determine the orientation between the cameras and the object, enhancing the flexibility of the CeConstructor.

Step 2: When and Why to Use CeTape

  • Employ CeTape when capturing the object from multiple perspectives, especially when the cameras or the object need to be repositioned.

Step 3: Structure and Usage of CeTape

  • CeTape is segmented into repeating sections. Each section can be used for one or several projects. Avoid mixing markers from different sections to prevent misalignments.

Step 4: Attaching and Using the Markers

  • Tear markers from the roll and place them near or directly on the object. For repositioning, ensure at least three markers are recognizable. Using more markers than the minimum can enhance the quality of orientation.

Step 5: Updating Camera Orientation

  • In the “Reference Marks” section of the settings, update the current orientation of the cameras. The system will recognize and add new markers automatically.

Step 6: Ensuring Quality Orientation

  • Markers should be easily visible. Adjust their orientation based on the camera positions for optimal results. Markers that are significantly turned away might not be recognized by the system.

Step 7: Environmental Considerations

  • CeTape is 100% eco-friendly, made without plastic and uses water-based printing ink. It’s designed for easy disposal alongside cardboard.

Note: The CeTape has replaced the individual reference marks.

Note: A minimal orientation error occurs with each repositioning. We are working on a method that will digitises the reference marks more accurately.

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