The goal of this step is to make sure emitter is parallel to the surface.
If you are using the new emitter sent after November 2016, please follow these two guides.
If you are using the old emitter sent before November 2016, please read on...
Place the provided markers on your display at the location specified in the application.
(If you are our early users and don't have the markers, or you lost the markers, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org and we will ship you the markers.)
Use the markers and cross hairs to determine when the IR curtain is parallel to the surface.
Once the emitter is affixed to the wall, tilt the emitter in or outwards so that some part of the circular cross hair appears on each marker.
Once the emitter is in its final position, verify the setup by touching the display with your finger. You should see a cross hair exactly at your fingertip as you touch around the screen.
Please note that the center of the cross hair does not have to be on the marker. The following result is ok.
No cross hair at all
It is very likely the emitter is shooting out too much, try to tilt the emitter inwards slowly until the cross hair appears.
Too many cross hairs on the screen
It is very likely the emitter is shooting on the wall. Try to tilt the emitter outwards slowly until the cross hair shows up only on the markers.
Camera is not switching to infrared mode
At this step, you should see a green box (any shape) and black background. If you are still seeing your projected display, that means your camera is not switching to infrared mode. You can try on of the methods:
- Turn on the High Performance power setting, and plug in the power adapter to your laptop.
- Shape the camera vigorously so the infrared filter got out from the stuck position.
- Switch to a powerful laptop or desktop PC.
If none of the solution works, please contact email@example.com for a replacement camera.