When Microsoft first launched the Kinect, it was a tool designed for games. However, it quickly became apparent that Kinect was not just great for gaming, it had also been used over the years for motion tracking, health services, and also as a sign language translation tool.
Now it appears that ghost hunters are also using the Kinect. This emerges from a recently released video where H3 Productions teamed up with Linda the Ghost Hunter to explore one of America’s most haunted places. According to Linda, Kinect was used because it appears to have the ability to “track skeletal figures that are not there.”
About a minute into the video, it appears that the Kinect manages to capture two ghostly characters, but we can’t say for sure if this was 100% legitimate, a bug in the Kinect system, or just very clever editing was. That being said, as some have pointed out in the comments, Linda wouldn’t be the first ghost hunter to use the Kinect.
There were multiple stories over the years who have shown the Kinect to be one of the most popular options in the ghost hunter community. Whether you believe in the supernatural or not, it’s just fun to hear people come up with alternative uses for the device.
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