Xbox fitness lines near person

In xbox fitness for the one, I notice red and orange/yellow lines from time to time above or below my person as it is displayed on the screen. They tend to go away based on my distance but I'm wonder what they are for and I've not found any good manual on what that means when you see it in the program. Anyone? Thanks!
 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 7 Applies to:

Hey TenLobster,
 

I have opened the app but yet to take full advantage of it to know of any lines while using it. Are you experiencing it with all the videos available or certain ones? Have you tried uninstalling the app and re-installing it? next time I am on I will try to mess with it and see what I find. How far away are you from the Kinect before you start to notice the lines and which program are you seeing it in?
 

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I think I've seen these lines.

I 'think they indicate that part of your body may be dropping out (above or below) the vision of kinect.

I'll usually see the lines if I'm getting too close to the kinect.

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Going to agree with Omega. Fitness needs to have your full body in the shot to calculate where your body is and while you can get much closer with the new Kinect it still can't have you (that) close.

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