Yes you are right that isn´t so good but i think if i put a diffusor between the lcd and the the led´s i could be better right??
So well Today I have tested the camera settings...but i had problems with the lcd who make a bit problem including the Ir-lights.
I think they were to less and the angle in which the led´s shine is to small.
so i decided quickly to test another solution which come up during a brainstorming^^:-D
On the bottom of the picture you can see a light shield. In it there is the Camera...I don´t used any Ir-lights.
Then in the middle there´s a acryl boardand under it a kind uf diffusor:I got it from the TFT screen where it was installed between the panel and the backlight!
over that all there is the lcd and a kind of backlight.
So the trick by the thing is that the acry board is like a mirror so you could see the lcd reflecting on the acryl !!
the acryl is naturally also the “touch-screen”
the result of that all--> don´t try to clone this stupid idea!! no it was funny but you don´t have the agreements between your finger on the acryl and the reflection from the LCD!
So finally i took a lesson for myself
I also tried to put the lcd direct under and over the acry board but for this thing, witch i later took out to build the next days i will need many Ir-lights
Can anybody tell how he arrayed the Ir-leds? i often can see in the forum those Ir-spotlights...is it also possible to array them in a cicle as i do in the pictures so far?
thanks for answers! and have a nice weekend
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