I am new to the forum. I am trying to use the object scanner android app to scan an object. In this case, I was scanning a computer wireless mouse. I pressed the "+" symbol to create a new scan. The camera screen came up fine with the mouse on the Object Scanning Target. It showed the two vertical bounding planes for X and Y enclosing the mouse. So it looked good. I pressed the round record button to start the scanning process but the button briefly changed to square and then back to round again immediately. I watched some YouTube videos about the object scanner and they showed once you pressed the round record button it would change to square and stayed there until you pressed it again to stop. But mine would immediately changed back to round record button as if I had stopped it. So I pressed the round record button again and it would stay this time. Then, I moved the camera around front and back and all the way around. Once I decided that's enough coverage, I pressed the square button to stop and typed a name to save the object. But when I did a "Test" on the scan, the green column stuck with the origin on the Object Scanning Target. I moved the mouse away from the Object Scanning Target and the green column was still on the Object Scanning Target origin. If I moved the Object Scanning Target paper, the green column would move with it as if the Object Scanning Target was the object I scanned.
I must have done something wrong. Would somebody educate a newbie on how to properly scan an object?