I have VIM3 and the MIPI camera on Android Pie just giving blueish image in the built-in camera app, maybe this is related to RGB4 format. Any suggestion to improve the camera quality as it’s just blueish and dark even in good lighting or any way to choose RGB3 format. Please help me out here.
Hey @Terry, just one more doubt. As you said the IR cut sensor is by default enabled for android camera app. What if I run ./detect_demo_mipi in Ubuntu is the IR cut filter set to ON by default there too and does it shows the same blueish camera output there also? So, doesn’t it make sense to train my model on the images captured with same IR cut filtere turn ON only? Can I turn OFF that IR cut filter in. /detect_demo_mipi also?
@Terry I wanted to know about Ubuntu. Does the IR cut enabled by default when using. /detect_demo_mipi and does this also shows blueish output from mipi camera? If yes, then how to disable it or how to output clear image while running NPU demo on mipi.
Hey @Vladimir.v.v, these settings didn’t make the camera image clearer, still the blueish image on the screen. @Terry can you please suggest me any setting or tweak I could do to make the camera images clearer? Please someone help me.
Well that is exactly the reason, the Sun emits all kind of radiation, xrays, gamma rays, even IR, (practically everything from the bottom of the spectrum till Microwaves I guess, with very high quantities) which we can’t see, so that’s why you have that blue tinge