A new imaging system that is capable of rendering detailed three-dimensional images of people’s faces as they pass through a checkpoint has been developed by Sooda Ramalingam at the University of Hertfordshire’s School of Electronic, Communication and Electrical Engineering, according to a Science Daily article. The new system will be running at the Stuff Live show at ExCel in London from October 31 through November 2.
The face capture system works by using two cameras processing detailed images of faces in real time. According to Ramalingham the image capture goes beyond the skin surfaces and is more life scanning for bone structure. Additionally, the system allows for targeting specific segments of a face for matching.
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