Pixel Vision transforms the Microsoft Kinect into an electronic "eye" that passively detects and records the human form as a dimensional point-cloud and body-tracking tool. Using real-time range image information in place of traditional full-color video, a variety of 3D image data can be captured, separated and massaged in ways that allows the human form to be mapped and used for multiple applications. By placing “hacked” Kinects in many locations, Pixel Vision becomes a connected, passive, low-cost system for gathering an influx of human body and movement data. Pixel Vision detects multiple human forms moving through space. With skeleton tracking, surveillance of human movement becomes even more detailed as the cameras are able to identify and isolate limbs, body parts, certain joints, and even facial expressions and recognition. This gives us the power to isolate and study specific motions and body parts that could become useful tools in medical research, health monitoring, safety & security, and interactive media applications.