Identity theft is a huge problem these days, but here’s a way to maintain some semblance of security in your home or office – the FaceID system. Capable of storing digital profiles for up to 500 unique faces, it will use those stored profiles to validate the identity of those who stare into its camera lenses. Two digitial cameras will enable the FaceID system to recreate a 3-dimensional image of the individual’s face, letting the results go through a face detection algorithm to match their face to its internal database. It also does away with the traditional workaround of holding up a photo, where it is full well capable of working in the dark while countering irregularities in lighting conditions.
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