Kinesense tips and tricks #40 – Clarification: Invert, gamma correction and split channel
This week on Kinesense: The Clarification Chronicles, we’re going to look at inverting an image, gamma correction and splitting channels.
Inverting an image simply displays the negative of said image. There are no options for this.
Gamma correction is a non-linear method of adjusting the brightness and contrast of an image to make certain user or over exposed features are visible.
The gamma value and brightness change can be adjusted either using the sliders or arrow keys. To change which channels the gamma correction is applied to you can deselect red, green and blue.
Split channel splits the image out into any of the red, green or blue channels.
Select the button beside each option to change the channel. You can also change the image to black and white.