Qritek’s Iris-scanning

Mouse

iris-scanning-mouse

Far more accurate than simple fingerprinting is scanning a user’s iris. With high enough resolution, looking at the patterns in a user’s eye can distinguish each of around 10 million individuals. But the technology isn’t cheap. An iris scanning mouse built by Qritek in Japan costs around $315.

Sourced and published by Henry Sapiecha 16th April 2009

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