We almost passed up this item because it looked so much like an Internet phone that surfaced awhile back called the "." But on closer inspection, it wasn't a handset at all but, of all things, a biometric device.
What's unclear is why a face scanner needs to be shaped vaguely like a less than a second. The "VisionAccess 3D Face Reader" from Ontario-based Bioscrypt has an "invisible near-infrared light" that works in the light or the dark from up to 6 feet away--which means you can test a subject beyond striking distance (hopefully)., but we're hardly experts on the subject, thank goodness. All that matters is that it works, as Red Ferret says, scanning and athenticating a mug in
Pricing wasn't immediately available, but we're assuming that the scanner would be purchased by a government agency or corporation. If you are looking to buy one, however, you can probably count yourself officially among the ranks of the. Welcome aboard.