Here's a Dropbox link to the data.
I've included the following e57 files:
- Epoch 0: Referenced_201701027_Outside.e57
- Epoch 1: Compared_201701031_Outside.e57
- GUI cloud-to-cloud output: C2C_GUI_201701031_Outside.e57
- Command line cloud-to-cloud output: C2C_CommandLine_201701031_Outside_C2C_DIST_MAX_DIST_1.e57
In the GUI output, the cloud-to-cloud distance has been computed and displays as the intensity scalar field. When I change the Color Scale to Blue>Green>Yellow>Red, the cloud-to-cloud distance correctly displays, with Blue == 0, i.e., 0m difference, and Red == 1, i.e., greater than 1m difference.
In the command line output, the cloud-to-cloud distance has been computed improperly. The global_shift command fixed my original error, but introduced a new one. When the Color Scale is changed to Blue>Green>Yellow>Red, the ground in the scan and other surfaces that did not move show Green == ~0.5, i.e. there is a 50cm difference between Reference and Compared. I cannot replicate this output in the GUI.
Thank you for your assistance,