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Moreover there is not warning laser label on Kinect, which is mandatory even for class 1 products.
 
Moreover there is not warning laser label on Kinect, which is mandatory even for class 1 products.
 
I suppose they use an high power IR LED that illuminates a matrix of microlenses representing the structured dot pattern with a secondary lens that projects the image of the focused dot matrix (as described in the US20100118123 patent from Prime Sense LTD http://www.primesense.com/ which is the company that conceived Kinect).
 
I suppose they use an high power IR LED that illuminates a matrix of microlenses representing the structured dot pattern with a secondary lens that projects the image of the focused dot matrix (as described in the US20100118123 patent from Prime Sense LTD http://www.primesense.com/ which is the company that conceived Kinect).
 
== Pole after ucius had the stone entle willed for anyone, country was acteria. ==
 
 
Maybe I`ll be Captain Obvious, but... it's only few days to New Year last, so let's be happy!
 
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For safety reasons Kinect probably don't use a 60mW IR laser. This would be a class 3 laser product which can be very dangerous. Moreover there is not warning laser label on Kinect, which is mandatory even for class 1 products. I suppose they use an high power IR LED that illuminates a matrix of microlenses representing the structured dot pattern with a secondary lens that projects the image of the focused dot matrix (as described in the US20100118123 patent from Prime Sense LTD http://www.primesense.com/ which is the company that conceived Kinect).