Police in Brazil will soon start testing a new pair of sunglasses that will help them identify criminals, the sunglasses are dubbed the ‘RoboCop glasses’ and they feature a camera built in that will use augmented reality to check faces in the crowd against Brazil’s criminal database.
The glasses are capable of scanning about 400 faces per second at a distance of up to 50 yards, and they then compare 46,000 biometric points on a persons face, the information is then compared against their criminal database.
The glasses can also be adjusted to scan faces further away from the police officer, the further the faces are away from the glasses the longer it takes to scan the faces.
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