Motorized Biometric Id Device by Chris Dopp & Travis Baldwin

Chris Dopp & Travis Baldwin Presents The Vista Ey2t Motorized Biometric Id Device

Chris Dopp & Travis Baldwin, the designer of the highlighted project Motorized Biometric ID Device by Chris Dopp & Travis Baldwin says, The EY2T is an automatically rotating biometric camera for face and iris recognition. It scans the field of view for faces, then using motors it rotates to aim directly at the eyes for best capture. With 9 front facing sensors and motion, a simple friendly design was needed. The cylindrical pill shape allowed rotation and a calm, non threatening form. The wide spread of LEDs and autofocus allow ID capture at 3 to 6 feet, eliminating manual aiming and allowing greater range. The versatility of mounting, either standalone or in the wall mount, give the product more potential uses for customers. .

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