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.
Facial recognition system is designed to assess the mood of whomever you're looking at. Continue reading →
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