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On Tue, Mar 19, 2013 at 8:16 AM, Chris Vitale <[address removed]> wrote:
Right Andy but I noticed they are putting different lenses In front of the kinect on that video. Might make the world of difference.Maybe they will take the kick money and build their own :)ChrisOn Mar 19, 2013, at 7:45 AM, Andy <[address removed]> wrote:
Interesting, and something I want for my multi-monitor setups especially, but for some reason it doesn't feel like the Kinect is the right base for this. The Kinect doesn't do a great job of tracking smaller points, like eyes, and I suspect that while you might be able to coax some of that capability out, I don't feel a lot of confidence in it as a consumer product, to be relied upon for use on a regular basis, with minimal errors.Hey, Chris, I backed it, I'm interested to see what happens, but I wonder how much of their choice was based on "fastest selling electronic device ever and therefore biggest addressable market" vs. "truly best platform to do this on."
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