I’ve had several weeks to play with my R2A and I am starting to notice a trend…
- Ultra black objects appear to absorb the laser light, either it won’t capture the entire object or the object just becomes invisible. See here:
This circle is a complete “black” disc: (its the third one from the red)
What I find funny is that the Lidar captured the shadow, captured all the detail around it, just not the disc itself. There is another disc on the other side, also black, this one partially captured (looks like someone riding a horse). The missing disc is on the east (sun) side, the partial rendered disc is on the west side.
So, how does one capture that which one cannot see? I even slowed my capture speed down to +/-1.5m/s over the teepee itself and completed a several passes over and around it.
Has anyone else noticed these things?
I am also having “issues” capturing light standards. I can see the top, just not the pole… and I can see objects around the light standards that were captured… but the light standards are very bright, galvanized metal… would this too reflect light?