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Closing the eyelids (VID_ELD_CTL0 = 0, where 255 = fully open, normal value would be 210 or so) disables video processing from the cameras (the eyes). In any case, disabling the video intentionally (VID_GCTL0, bit 0, 1 = ENABLED) also closes the eyelids immediately. Reading from VRAM while video is disabled returns 0x00 bytes and 0x01 distance in XY+Z mode, and 0x00 bytes on both pages in 2XY mode.

VID_GCTL0, bit 1 contains the video meemory mode bit, 0 = XY+Z, 1 = 2XY. In XY+Z mode, VRAM Page 0x00 onwards contains plain 2D video information, and Page 0x80 onwards contains the Z information, non-linear distance readings. 0xFF distance means "infinite", 0x01 means "right in your eyes", 0x00 just means "undetermined distance". 10 cm. returns 0x15 or something close, 50 cm. returns 0x30, the clouds usually return 0xFF, as does the entire sky. In 2XY mode, page 0x00 onwards return plain information from the left eye, 0x80 onwards returns plain 2D information from the right eye. This lets software process the data and determine distance on its own.