(CNN) -- Can Hewlett-Packard's motion-tracking webcams see black people?
It's a question posed on a now-viral You Tube video and the company says it's looking into it.
The co-workers' video has also sparked others to try the product.
"We believe that the camera might have difficulty 'seeing' contrast in conditions where there is insufficient foreground lighting." The Next Bench.com: Read the statement on HP's blog Meanwhile, Welch pointed users facing similar problems to HP's help page, which provides guidance on how to change the lighting or other optimization settings on the camera.
CNN's Mythili Rao and Rachel Sherman contributed to this report.
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"Black Desi gets in there, no face recognition anymore, buddy," he says.
You Tube.com: Watch the video "I think my blackness is interfering with the computer's ability to follow me," he continues.