Image processing and darkness

Date: 2012-06-16 12:26 am (UTC)
All your links are broken. Might want to fix that.

Cunsumer Reports tested the Kinect (http://news.consumerreports.org/electronics/2010/11/consumer-reports-tests-kinect-facial-recognition-problems-video.html) and didn't find what GameStop reported.

Kinect has facial recognition issues in dark environments because (a) it's just a fancy camera and (b) image processing is hard, so recognition of anything is pretty finicky to start with. In sub-par lighting conditions all bets are off. A person with more contrast might have an ever so slightly better chance of getting recognized in a dark room? But that doesn't even matter, because it's out of the supported operational parameters of the device.
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