Biometric Sensors: Revolutionizing the Face We Present to the World

The essence of biometrics is using physical characteristics that are unique to each individual to identify one person from billions of others in the world. Early biometrics were somewhat low-tech; for example, fingerprinting originally required nothing more than some ink, a magnifying glass and a human who knew how to “read” the prints. Today’s biometrics depend on sophisticated sensors to detect targeted traits, and thanks to the success of those sensors, the use of biometrics has exploded.

Topics: Technology, Biometric Sensors

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