The Camera Analysis object is a volume in the 3D space that can be used to analyze the coverage of multiple cameras. On top of the basic parameters like the position, scale and rotation, the Camera Analysis object has some unit parameters.
Camera Analysis Setup
|Size||Defines the size of the volume to carry out the camera analysis.|
|Calculate Coverage||Trigger to start the calculation of the coverage.|
|Display|| There are 3 different display modes.
|Min Camera Count||The minimum number of cameras to be counted as having coverage within the volume. Anything below this number would not be considered as having coverage.|
|Max Camera Count||The maximum number of cameras to be counted as having coverage within the volume. Anything above this number would be considered as over coverage.|
|Gradient||The colour of the pixels of the coverage volume in a gradient scale from min to max.|
|Voxel Resolution||The distance between the calculated point within the coverage volume. The smaller the number, the finer the calculation.|
|Point Size||The size of the point that is displayed in the viewport.|
|Camera||Add as many of the cameras needed for the analysis.|
|Shadow Object||There is the option to include shadow object or occlusion object that could potentially block the coverage of some of the cameras as part of the analysis calculation.|