I am trying to get the RGB image with a depth map and pixel-wise depth information of the objects in a scene, for which I am trying the "Depth preview" code. I am printing a depth map and a CSV with pixel-wise depth data (Disparity Frame). I have a few questions regarding this. First of all, while testing the code in an indoor setting, it gives a map and some depth data which I suppose is in "centimeter". However, most of the values do not seem sensible based on the distances of the objects from the camera (like showing a distance of 40-60 cm whereas it's more than 1 meter in the scene). Secondly, while trying the code in an outdoor setting, the depth map comes with just one tone blue color image with no disparity, and the CSV contains only the value "0".
I tried to do the same using the "Spatial Detection>Spatial_tiny_yolo" code. However, using that code I was hoping to get an RGB image with a depth map, and depth information in a CSV. When I tried to execute for the indoor setting first it worked ok and I assume the CSV has the data in millimeter units (based on the distance I was holding the camera). Anyway, whenever trying in an outdoor setting same thing as "Depth preview" is happening. The RGB image is just a white color image with no object, the depth map is a blue image and the depth information is containing only 0 values.
I am planning to use OAK D-lite in an outdoor environment. What could be going wrong in this case?