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Bioscrypt 3D Face Reader – halt, who goes bare?


The Bioscrypt VisionAccess 3D Face Reader. Dang, but this biometric technology stuff is ugly. What the world needs is Steve Jobs to take an interest in security hardware. Then we’d see some lovely pieces of plastic and everyone would be wearing black polo-necks. But we digress. This puppy scans and authenticates in under a second. But it’s still ugly, OK?

 Designed for quick and easy user positioning allowing for very simple use and rapid authentication in under one second. The VisionAccess 3D Face Reader is comprised of a real-time 3D surface scanner working in invisible near-infrared light and can be used in both identification and verification modes. The reader is used for strengthening security at corporate buildings, banks, hospitals, airports and other types of entry points for the commercial and Civil ID markets.

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