This article is for an older version of Lumo Play. For the most recent version, see this article
These cameras are called depth cameras, they will work well in most lighting conditions, including the dark. We recommend using depth cameras for all commercial installations.
Usually, the default settings already have good detection of movement and you won’t need to re-calibrate.
If you need to make adjustments make sure you have a friend to help you during this process.
Determines how sensitive the games will be to changes in depth (how near or far something is).
Minimum Motion Detected: Move the slider to the right to ignore smaller motions. Move the slider to the left to capture smaller motions.
Minimum Sensing Distance:
Used to focus the sensing within a very specific area.
Maximum Sensing Distance:
Use this setting to ensure you are only picking up motion in the range you want.
Used for specific types of games. Unless you know that your game requires Delay, do not change this setting.
Once you've completed setting up your calibration, click Next to launch Lumo Play.