Facial blood vessel security scan
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A new facial recognition identification system will go below the surface to identify a person based on the blood vessels within the face.
The system will use a thermal imaging camera to perform an infrared scan on the individual's face. A specially designed algorithm will then process the image information, revealing even the tiniest blood vessels beneath the skin. The accuracy of the system is supposed to be over 97 percent, and its complexity will make it practically unable to fool.