Face to face video sex chatting
Talking to a blurry, grainy, image with incorrect color balancing isn’t fun.
Now there have been a lot of advances in lenses but they’re a bit more expensive. Because you don’t video chat a lot anyway…Self-explanatory.
With many of these interactions—and even entire affairs—taking place on the web, we are faced with a “grey area” of cheating behaviors.
However, even with a change of scenery, the motivation for cheating typically is the same as for physical affairs.
If you create software that does the following: before video chatting, the camera needs to take a picture of the background without you or the chair you’re sitting in. Make sure you do NOT move the camera even slightly.
After the snapshot you can start video chatting and the camera software will compare the snapshot of the background with the current image and subtract everything that was in the original snapshot (so the background (your messy room) will be removed completely but you’ll stay).
Yes, even when we’re chatting with someone we know.
The downside is, if you accidentally hit the camera or it moves the background removal will break. But when we see our face un-mirrored the little flaws stick out a lot more because we’re comparing the mirrored face with the memory of our mirrored face and the differences stand out.
Again, the problem here lies within the camera lenses themselves.