Before measurement can begin, PLNAR needs to go through a calibration process to understand your space. During this procedure, PLNAR will evaluate its surroundings and detect the ground surface area. 

Surface detection can vary based on a number of factors. But here’s a few tips to properly calibrate for optimal measurement accuracy:

  1. While standing, aim the device’s camera at your feet
  2. Slowly move the device in a circle, to scan the area
  3. Once Capture Button & Reticle appear, continue scanning environment for a few seconds.
  4. From the center of the space, begin placing your points at each corner of the room, including where your walls meet.
  5. Close off perimeter, and review dot placement. If a point looks skewed or out of place, walk over to point, hover over with reticle, and long press capture button to activate point move. Once relocated, release capture button to lock in new position.
  6. Repeat for any points in need of adjustment. Careful point adjustment can greatly improve accuracy.

Analysis of your environment and surface detection can fail or take too long for a few reasons – insufficient light, an overly reflective surface, a surface without enough detail, or too much camera motion.If you experience one of these issues, try the suggestions below:

Just remember it pays to go slow 😊

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