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Iris recognition scanner

Iris recognition scanner

Accession №2012.017.00001
CategoryMiscellaneous
PurposeInstruments
Specific NameIris recognition scanner
Datec2001

Description

LG IrisAccess EOU 3000 Eye Biometric Iris Recognition Scanner. Table top metal box with articulated central "eye" with central mirror. Subjects are meant to approach the box and align their eyes with the mirror in order for it to scan the iris and match the image with a previously supplied exemplar. Iris recognition technology was first patented in 1987 by ophthalmologists Leonard Flom, MD and Aran Safir, MD.

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