This rectangle is a trivial expositor. A rectangle region can be defined to constrain the locations of pixels of interest; for example if you only want to have detection at your front door. The rectangle repositor will return the bounding rectangle of the pixels of interest.


The parameters of the rectangle expositor can be found in the config/expositor.xml file, but you can also use the web to modify the parameters. Below you see a default configuration file.

		    <x1 type="number">0</x1>
		    <y1 type="number">0</y1>
		    <x2 type="number">1280</x2>
		    <y2 type="number">720</y2>


The region parameter contains 4 values; x1, y1, x2 and y2 respectively. The values x1 and y1 indicate the x- and y-coordinate of the left upper starting point. The values x2 and y2 are the bottom right coordinates. A virtual rectangle will be drawn from (x1,y1) to (x2,y2). Pixels of interest that lie within this rectangle are valid pixels; if not they are invalid.