how to audit the tracked points when dealing with coordinate axes or calibration points?

Fernando Ferro
14 Posts

it is so easy to check the results of tracked points when it is a point mass. Just a brief look at the plots (real time) to get a dispersion, and spot the points with a big error. Is it possible to get a plot of tracked calibration points? Or copied from a point mass

Re: how to audit the tracked points when dealing with coordinate axes or calibration points? -

Douglas Brown
449 Posts

A plot of position versus time for a calibration point would be constant and equal to their world x, y coordinates as defined on the toolbar (assuming those are constant). This would be true even for a calibration point that tracked a moving reference object in the video since position data is in world coordinates, not image (pixel) coordinates. Maybe you're hoping to plot their pixel position with time? That's not possible at this point and unlikely to be added any time soon.

> it is so easy to check the results of tracked points > when it is a point mass. Just a brief look at the > plots (real time) to get a dispersion, and spot the > points with a big error. > Is it possible to get a plot > of tracked calibration points?