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kinect /scan data format

just a quick question, does the scan topic's data array hold 360 values each representing a degree in a circle?

For example, I've realized that index 180 (or 179?) is directly in front of the camera, does that make the next index 1 degree to the left/right?

One more explanation for clarity, sorry i'm having trouble explaining this in a matter i feel is clear, the kinect is vertex A, do depth scans data[180] and data[181] make a 1 degree angle at vertex A?

kinect /scan data format

just a quick question, does the scan topic's data array hold 360 values each representing a degree in a circle?

For example, I've realized that index 180 (or 179?) is directly in front of the camera, does that make the next index 1 degree to the left/right?

One more explanation for clarity, sorry i'm having trouble explaining this in a matter i feel is clear, the kinect is vertex A, do depth scans data[180] and data[181] make a 1 degree angle at vertex A?

Thanks for any help!

kinect /scan data format

just a quick question, does the scan (http://www.ros.org/doc/api/sensor_msgs/html/msg/LaserScan.html) topic's data ranges array hold 360 values each representing a degree in a circle?circle for the microsoft kinect?

For example, I've realized that index 180 (or 179?) is directly in front of the camera, does that make the next index 1 degree to the left/right?

One more explanation for clarity, sorry i'm having trouble explaining this in a matter manner i feel is clear, the kinect is vertex A, do depth scans data[180] scan ranges[180] and data[181] ranges[181] make a 1 degree angle at vertex A?

Thanks for any help!

kinect /scan data format

just a quick question, does the scan (http://www.ros.org/doc/api/sensor_msgs/html/msg/LaserScan.html) topic's ranges array hold 360 values each representing a degree in a circle for the microsoft kinect?

For example, I've realized that index 180 (or 179?) is directly in front of the camera, does that make the next index 1 degree to the left/right?

One more explanation for clarity, sorry i'm having trouble explaining this in a manner i feel is clear, the kinect is vertex A, do depth scan ranges[180] and ranges[181] make a 1 degree angle at vertex A?

Thanks for any help!

kinect /scan data format

just a quick question, does the scan (http://www.ros.org/doc/api/sensor_msgs/html/msg/LaserScan.html) topic's ranges array hold 360 values each representing a degree in a circle for the microsoft kinect?

For example, I've realized that index 180 (or 179?) is directly in front of the camera, does that make the next index 1 degree to the left/right?

One more explanation for clarity, sorry i'm having trouble explaining this in a manner i feel is clear, the kinect is vertex A, do depth scan ranges[180] and ranges[181] make a 1 degree angle at vertex A?

Thanks for any help!

kinect /scan data format

just a quick question, does the scan (http://www.ros.org/doc/api/sensor_msgs/html/msg/LaserScan.html) topic's ranges array hold 360 values each representing a degree in a circle for the microsoft kinect?

For example, I've realized that index 180 (or 179?) is directly in front of the camera, does that make the next index 1 degree to the left/right?

One more explanation for clarity, sorry i'm having trouble explaining this in a manner i feel is clear, the kinect is vertex A, do depth scan ranges[180] and ranges[181] make a 1 degree angle at vertex A?

Thanks for any help!

kinect /scan data format

just a quick question, does the scan (http://www.ros.org/doc/api/sensor_msgs/html/msg/LaserScan.html) topic's ranges array hold 360 values each representing a degree in a circle for the microsoft kinect?

For example, I've realized that index 180 (or 179?) is directly in front of the camera, does that make the next index 1 degree to the left/right?

One more explanation for clarity, sorry i'm having trouble explaining this in a manner i feel is clear, the kinect is vertex A, do depth scan ranges[180] and ranges[181] make a 1 degree angle at vertex A?

Thanks for any help!