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[* black] This is a [http://www.primesense.com/|Prime Sense] diagram explaining how their reference platform works. The Kinect is the first (and only) implementation of this platform.
[* black] ~~Two camerasOne camera (and one IR transmitter) provide input for the depth map (rumored to be just 640x480340x240), while the third camera detects the human visual spectrum at 1600x1200 resolution.~~
[* black] One camera provides input for the depth map (640x480), the second detects the human visual spectrum at 1600x1200
640x280 resolution.
[* icon_note] ~~That diode between the cameras is the IR transmitter.~~

[* black] The left "camera" is an IR transmitterWe have heard claims that projects a high frequency flashing pattern of dots. The IR camera calculates the travel timesystem can measure distance within 1cm of accuracy at two meters. While that's great in concept, early reviews are showing that you don't get anywhere near that accuracy in the light waves to determine distance traveled from the source to the camerareal world—yet.
[* black] ~~Two camerasOne camera (and one IR transmitter) provide input for the depth map (rumored to be just 640x480340x240), while the third camera detects the human visual spectrum at 1600x1200 resolution.~~
[* black] One camera provides input for the depth map (640x480), the second detects the human visual spectrum at 1600x1200
640x280 resolution.
[* icon_note] ~~That diode between the cameras is the IR transmitter.~~

[* black] The left "camera" is an IR transmitterWe have heard claims that projects a high frequency flashing pattern of dots. The IR camera calculates the travel timesystem can measure distance within 1cm of accuracy at two meters. While that's great in concept, early reviews are showing that you don't get anywhere near that accuracy in the light waves to determine distance traveled from the source to the camerareal world—yet.