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 Note that for the calibration sequences, both cameras were operating in global-shutter mode. This means the timestamps for the rolling-shutter images refer to the first row. In general, timestamps denote the middle of the exposure interval. Note that for the calibration sequences, both cameras were operating in global-shutter mode. This means the timestamps for the rolling-shutter images refer to the first row. In general, timestamps denote the middle of the exposure interval.
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 +For more information about calibration,​ we refer to our [[data:​datasets:​visual-inertial-dataset|visual-inertial dataset]].
  
 According to the manufacturer,​ the time difference of two consecutive rows due to rolling shutter is approximately 29.4737 microseconds. According to the manufacturer,​ the time difference of two consecutive rows due to rolling shutter is approximately 29.4737 microseconds.

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