posted on Mar, 6 2017 @ 09:40 PM
a reply to: Stevemagegod
I've never used a Kinect for the explicit purpose of discovering anomalies, but I used to have one for gaming, and I remember it picked up false
positives fairly frequently. As you know, the Kinect is programmed to make humanoid figures out of the visual input. I think some ghost enthusiasts
know this and use it to their advantage.
That all said, I am intrigued by some of the videos available that show no human subjects in the field of view, and seem to spontaneously construct
them in totally viable poses for a human to make - but only for seconds at a time after recording for several hours.
The same guy's channel MichaelDMagee, actually posted videos with said anomalies.
Very interesting subject - and a possible tool for hunters. S&F. Thanks.