We all take photos at some point in our lives. A casual selfie, a scenic view or maybe the occasional family photo.
What constantly plagues these wonderful photos we all take is glare and reflection. Be if from a pair of eyeglasses, a pair of drinking glasses, a mirror or a window between you and your subject, glare and reflection seems to find its way into even the most perfectly lit pictures.
A team at MIT has managed to modify a Kinect, a 3D sensor that uses multiple cameras to capture movement for gameplay and recreation, created by Microsoft for the Xbox and Windows PC's, to reduce and even eliminate glare in photos.
Read more about it in Engadget's article: