The problem is that using fingerprints alone introduces security risks. Continue reading →
Biometrics, radio frequency identification tags and even mechanical locks could reduce accidental deaths and suicides from guns.
A system analyzes dozens of infrared images of a person's face and then compares them to dozens of images taken in daylight. Continue reading →
Robotic space eels, jet-powered go-karts, three-eyed crows and a phone that unlocks when you look at it.
In the realm of law enforcement, iris recognition could be used to identify suspects at a long range in various lighting conditions.
Dermal silicone generators harvest the energy of muscle movements to produce static electricity.
At CES 2015, Eyelock showed off a miniaturized version of its iris-scanning technology embedded in a laptop.
Jan Krissler replicated the fingerprint of Germany's defense minister by using several photos of her right thumb taken at public events.
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