Enable IR and its adjustments function

Using the SetOptionValue() function of the API, you can set various control values ​​for the current open device.

Enabling IR is setting Option::IR_CONTROL greater than 0. The greater the value, the greater the IR’s intensity.


  • mynteye s210a doesn’t support this feature.

Reference Code:

auto &&api = API::Create(argc, argv);

// Detect infrared add-ons
LOG(INFO) << "Support infrared: " << std::boolalpha
          << api->Supports(AddOns::INFRARED);
LOG(INFO) << "Support infrared2: " << std::boolalpha
          << api->Supports(AddOns::INFRARED2);

// Get infrared intensity range
auto &&info = api->GetOptionInfo(Option::IR_CONTROL);
LOG(INFO) << Option::IR_CONTROL << ": {" << info << "}";

// Set infrared intensity value
api->SetOptionValue(Option::IR_CONTROL, 80);

Reference running results on Linux:

$ ./samples/_output/bin/tutorials/ctrl_infrared
I0504 16:16:28.016624 25848 utils.cc:13] Detecting MYNT EYE devices
I0504 16:16:28.512462 25848 utils.cc:20] MYNT EYE devices:
I0504 16:16:28.512473 25848 utils.cc:24]   index: 0, name: MYNT-EYE-S1000
I0504 16:16:28.512477 25848 utils.cc:30] Only one MYNT EYE device, select index: 0
I0504 16:16:28.520848 25848 infrared.cc:13] Support infrared: true
I0504 16:16:28.520869 25848 infrared.cc:15] Support infrared2: true
I0504 16:16:28.520889 25848 infrared.cc:20] Option::IR_CONTROL: {min: 0, max: 160, def: 0}

At this point, if the image is displayed, you can see IR speckle on the image.


The hardware will not record the IR value after being turned off. In order to keep IR enabled, you must set the IR value after turning on the device.

Complete code samples,see infrared.cc .