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[* black] A huge chunk of copper provides electrical grounding and thermal dissipation for the lower sensor array. Something must get pretty warm down here...
[* black] ...And it looks like we've found our culprit, an infrared projector. Google didn't want us turning on our unit, so we couldn't fire up our [http://ifixit.org/blog/5684/our-first-look-at-the-xbox-one-kinect-ir-field/|IR camera|new_window=true] to confirm, but we're guessingDeep inside this emitter works similarly to the original [guide|4066|Microsoft Kinect|stepid=19081], withtiny glass-topped box live a gridseries of dots to be capturedinfrared LEDs, powered by the IR sensors of the 4 MP camera, buildingsome hefty leads (for a depth mapsmartphone).
[* black] ...And it looks like we've found our culprit, an infrared projector. Google didn't want us turning on our unit, so we couldn't fire up our [http://ifixit.org/blog/5684/our-first-look-at-the-xbox-one-kinect-ir-field/|IR camera|new_window=true] to confirm, but we're guessingDeep inside this emitter works similarly to the original [guide|4066|Microsoft Kinect|stepid=19081], withtiny glass-topped box live a gridseries of dots to be capturedinfrared LEDs, powered by the IR sensors of the 4 MP camera, buildingsome hefty leads (for a depth mapsmartphone).