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  • #4327

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    Guillaume

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    Hi I am looking to integrate the flir camera for a new iOS app. After looking at your documentation, I still don’t get what is the maximum image size that the camera can produce.

    -> Is 240×320 the maximum resolution i can get ?
    -> Do I have the option to shoot in landscape mode ?

    Thank you

    #4465

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    Tim Liew

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    Hey Guillaume,

    Sorry for the late reply, you could say the FLIR One does give you an image in landscape mode, however, you can rotate the image how you want it to when processing it. The size of the thermal image is 320* 240 format, but it is blown up by 2 so that the visual and thermal image is 640*480 pixels.

    Best,
    Tim

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    #11962

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    Joe

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    Hey All,
    Is it possible to set the FLIROne orientation to match the device orientation? I am having some issues getting the right image rotation and aspect ratio. Is the proper place to do this in the captured FLIRImage or is there a camera setup section?

    #11989

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    Jeff

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    Hi,

    Did anyone get the rotate function to work? If I call:

    [image rotate:ROTATION_ANGLE_90_DEGREES];

    Then retrieve the image and/or photo neither one of them were rotated. How am I supposed to call this or what do I need to setup? Thanks.

    Jeff

    #11997

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    Joe

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    Seems any calls to rotate on the flirImage are ignored. I am currently lining up some temperature measurements with the view. There needs to be a transform applied to the my image locations in order to get the right readings.

    #17759

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    hellin

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    To learn how screen resolution impacts your app’s artwork, see Image Size and … Diagram of an iPad and an iPhone in both portrait and landscape orientations

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