ios – Apple Reality Kit Object Capture – Taking Pictures with the builtInUltraWideCamera

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Goal:
Take macro photos with the builtInUltraWideCamera that have depth data.
Input those images into Reality Kit Object Capture.

Tried:
Used the code bellow from the “Taking Pictures for 3D Object Capture demo code” demo:
https://developer.apple.com/documentation/realitykit/taking_pictures_for_3d_object_capture

And changed the code bellow, to use the builtInUltraWideCamera

    /// This method checks for a depth-capable dual rear camera and, if found, returns an `AVCaptureDevice`.
    private func getVideoDeviceForPhotogrammetry() throws -> AVCaptureDevice {
        var defaultVideoDevice: AVCaptureDevice?

        // Specify dual camera to get access to depth data.
        if let dualCameraDevice = AVCaptureDevice.default(.builtInUltraWideCamera, for: .video,
                                                          position: .back) {
            logger.log(">>> Got back dual camera!")
            defaultVideoDevice = dualCameraDevice
        } else if let dualWideCameraDevice = AVCaptureDevice.default(.builtInUltraWideCamera,
                                                                for: .video,
                                                                position: .back) {
            logger.log(">>> Got back dual wide camera!")
            defaultVideoDevice = dualWideCameraDevice
       } else if let backWideCameraDevice = AVCaptureDevice.default(.builtInUltraWideCamera,
                                                                     for: .video,
                                                                     position: .back) {
            logger.log(">>> Can't find a depth-capable camera: using wide back camera!")
            defaultVideoDevice = backWideCameraDevice
        }

        guard let videoDevice = defaultVideoDevice else {
            logger.error("Back video device is unavailable.")
            throw SessionSetupError.configurationFailed
        }
        return videoDevice
    }

Problem: the image captured doesn’t have depth data.

Question: is it possible to get a depth map from the builtInUltraWideCamera,maybe using Lidar for example?

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