Here is a fun one: Have you ever used dulling spray on a shiny object to get the kinect to register it? Obviously shooting shiny surfaces with the kinect does not work. My question is if using dulling spray on the object will allow the sensor to pick it up better?
For example, if you shoot a saxophone or shiny guitar, what can you do to make the surface readable?
Dulling spray is often used on set for objects that are too bright on screen and often become overexposed due to reflecting light. The spray will diffuse or dull the surface so that the light doesn’t bounce off as bright.