Japanese biometric vendor Sagawa Advance claims to have a facial recognition system that can tell identical twins apart, according to Digital World Tokyo. Sagawa’s technology uses an infrared scanner to analyze 40,000 data points on a face and then compares the details against a database of people previously registered. The technology is used for access control to secure facilities. Sagawa plans to sell the scanner and database computer for $60,000 at some point this year.
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